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Younger doctors exhausted by new practice demands
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Challenges, solutions to Atlantic Canada's doctor shortage
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The Guardian asked: Are you going to vote? Why or why not?
“Yes. If you don’t vote, how could you complain for the party that’s in.”
“I don’t know. The parties are so close. Probably this year more than any here you have to be sure of who you vote for.”
“Yes. It’s important to know what programs and initiatives are being prioritized to better our future on this Island.”
“Yes, I’m going to vote. It’s important to exercise the right to have a say in the government.”
“Yes, because it’s important that we get a say in the government and use it. You can’t avoid the weight of the choice by not choosing.”
“Yes. Our politicians make important decisions and we need a say in the future of our province.”