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N.S. legislature opens fall session

Activists use throne speech to have their voices heard

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caption Amina Abawajy uses sidewalk chalk to demand accessible post-secondary tuition for students in Nova Scotia.
Caora McKenna

The Nova Scotia legislature opened Thursday at Province House with Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant’s reading of the speech from the throne, outlining the Liberal government’s agenda.

More than 50 students and activists used the opportunity to raise awareness about issues ranging from tuition to pollution.

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