Conservative Martha MacQuarrie is the only named candidate in the race, with the Liberals setting an April timeline for finding Scott Brison’s ballot successor.
Former Treasury Board president Scott Brison resigned from cabinet earlier this month and gave notice he wouldn’t be running in this fall's general election, making his riding one to watch in Atlantic Canada, politicos say.
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With seven-time MP Scott Brison out of the picture in Kings-Hants, N.S., this fall, the riding is “one to watch” in Atlantic Canada and a “difficult” win for the Liberals, says a former Chrétien-era cabinet minister.
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