Opposition calls for accountability for money spent on Carter Churchill case

The Carter Churchill saga was raised the House of Assembly for the second day in a row. Specifically, the $681,917 spent by the English School District to fight the human rights complaint filed by the parents of Carter Churchill. NTV’s David Salter has more in this report.

Spring sitting of the House of Assembly comes to a close

Today marked the final sitting of the second session of the fiftieth general assembly in the Confederation Building.

In total, there were 40 sitting days in the house this session, where MHA’s debated things like the cost of living, health care, roadwork and more. NTV’s Ben Cleary has the details.

Parents bring their babies to HOA to voice child care concerns

There were some young visitors at the House of Assembly Thursday afternoon. Parents brought their babies to the House to have their child care concerns heard by government.

Parents today were from the newly formed group “ABCs and ECEs NL”, with a goal of advocating for building child care capacity, and supporting early childhood educators in the province.

PC MHA Helen Ottenheimer is expected to petition government for more access to child care. We will have more details tonight on the NTV Evening Newshour.

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