McNeil to tour with Farrell, Jackson
Liberal leader Stephen McNeil will be in Cumberland County on Friday and Saturday.
AMHERST – Nova Scotia Liberal leader Stephen McNeil will have a busy two-day visit to Cumberland County this weekend.
The Liberal leader is gearing up for a provincial election expected to be called any day now and will join Liberal candidate Kenny John Jackson in Cumberland South on Friday and Liberal candidate Terry Farrell in Cumberland North on Saturday.
McNeil and Jackson will begin their tour in Springhill before heading to Parrsboro later in the morning to do some campaigning and tour the Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy.
They will then conduct some door-to-door canvassing in Springhill later in the afternoon.
The Liberal leader has a busy day of activities Saturday in both Amherst and Pugwash.
McNeil will start his day with Farrell at the Blueberry Breakfast at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Amherst at 8 a.m.
The two will then head off to Pugwash to attend the Farmer’s Market at 9:30 a.m. and meet with area residents.
The Liberal leader is schedule to visit the Cumberland County Museum in Amherst in the early afternoon and then stop by the Pharmasave around 2 p.m.
He’ll close out his visit to Cumberland North attending the Blueberry Harvest Festival Corn Boil in Victoria Square in downtown Amherst at 4 p.m.