Scott Brison has always had a great political antenna and, while he said his decision was family-based, his reflection had to include a review of the party’s political popularity meter in Nova Scotia.
Scott Brison’s surprise departure is a wakeup call for Atlantic Liberals and his successor will have big shoes to fill, writes Sheila Copps. Mr. Brison, pictured in this file photograph at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa, won his Kings-Hants, N.S., riding with 70.7 per cent of the vote in the last federal election. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Scott Brison’s surprise departure is a wake-up call for Atlantic Liberals.
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