Article by Brian G. Johnston, QC, mentioned in Bill 148 discussions by Liberal House leader
An allNovaScotia article by Brian Flinn notes that Liberal House leader Michel Samson referred to the recent piece by partner Brian G. Johnston, QC, Nova Scotia government introduces Public Services Sustainability (2015) Act, during the discussions of Bill 148. Michel reassured the Members of the Legislative Assembly that this particular bill was constitutionally sound, and suggested they read Brian’s commentary reviewing the bill for insight into previous wage increases. The bill was subsequently passed by the House.
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