The Canadian Press

2015-11-06 | Maritime Premiers

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The three Maritime premiers say they want their provinces to work more closely together as a region and they expect to foster better relations with the federal government. In March, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia set up an office to reduce red tape for businesses and citizens, and now Prince Edward Island is joining in. They are also adopting a common date for any changes to the minimum wage. Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says they might take that further in the future. (The three Liberal premiers say now that there is a Liberal government in Ottawa they expect a strong partnership and look forward to meeting with Prime Minister Trudeau and key ministers in the near future.)

Date: 2015-11-06
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 16 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << it turns, middleweight that's how did I think we could potentially could look for as we go forward I think there's other opportunities when it comes to not only the Min wage taxation looking at, taxation in the region >>