Canadian government falls; election signs out in Truro

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Canadian government falls; election signs out in Truro

Almost immediately after the minority Conservative government fell Friday afternoon, election signs began to be erected in Truro. These signs promoting Cumberland Colchester Musquodoboit Valley Conservative MP Scott Armstrong were placed along Robie Street, near Highway 102. The election could be as early as May. Monique Chiasson – Truro Daily News

Organizations: Daily News

Geographic location: Truro, Robie Street

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  • ric
    April 06, 2011 - 06:14

    i think i remember seeing a scott armstrong sign by mcwilsons the morning after the government fell,on the brite side if they keep taking money from the education budget then they eventually won't have to post signs because no one will be able to read. i hope that they will be thinking about all the children that are loosing teachers because they needed money for more important things, like elections.

  • Skeptic Al
    March 25, 2011 - 19:24

    The Government has fallen; but an election has not yet been called. ...tad early for annoying signs.

  • honkaw
    March 25, 2011 - 15:53

    Why is it that a business is not allowed to erect signage along the roadside without permission and paying a fee to the government but the people running for election do it in a matter of hours of the government falling. Let not allow these people to erect these sign where ever they want, we can not do it why should they.