The tug of war over recalling the provincial legislature continued yesterday, with the NDP calling on the Tories to bring the House of Assembly back in session.
Yesterday was exactly four months after the fall session ended. Given the customary 30-day notice period, the NDP says the earliest a spring sitting could begin is the end of April.
“The premier should recall the legislature immediately and show Nova Scotians a budget and the specifics of his proposed stimulus spending plan,” NDP’s Darrell Dexter said in a release.
“Based on the little information put forward, Nova Scotians only know that the premier has a debt-creation plan.”