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Backchecks and SLAPP shots: Protecting public debate

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With corporate activity expanding, provincial government must enact legislation to protect public debate from thin-skinned, deep-pocketed developers

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Cabana not going away

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Brad Cabana, a man who has run for the leadership of both the PC party and the Liberal party within the past year, says he is going forward with legal action against the government following a sparring battle between he and Tourism Minister Terry French on an open line talk show – where the minister called Cabana a “political prostitute”. Cabana gave French until 4:00pm yesterday to both issue an apology and resign – which didn’t happen. Premier Kathy Dunderdale’s reaction to the potential lawsuit? “Knock yourself out, Mr. Cabana,” she said. Source: CBC

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Thousands of NL Liberals debate policy, leadership in telephone town hall

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Virtual town hall allows supporters and public to weigh in on leadership candidates

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Liberal leadership ‘race’ interesting as promised; Hiller in the mix?

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There is a report this morning from VOCM that former Chief of Defence Rick Hillier may be interested in the leadership of the Liberal Party. There has been no confirmation of this rumour, but it has already been a busy 24 hrs in the contest to succeed resigned Yvonne Jones. In the mix officially at this point are provincial Liberal party stalwart Danny Dumaresque and mainlander and former PC leader hopeful Brad Cabana, with St. John’s Lawyer Bern Coffey and former cabinet minister Chuck Furey said to be close to announcing their bid. Former federal MP Siobhan Coady is weighing her options, but is reportedly closer to the “no” side. Meanwhile Randy Simms, Dean MacDonald, and John Noseworthy have stated they will not be running. The race is on to noon on Friday! Source: VOCM

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