All four Metro Liberal candidates, Sheila Fougere (Halifax), Mike Savage (Dartmouth-Cole-Harbour), Geoff Regan (Halifax West), and Dale Stevens (Sackville-Eastern Shore), were there to greet the Prime Minister and tour the re-opened park. (June 2004)
Dale with Prime Minister Paul Martin (April 2004)
The Paul Martin Team
The Prime Minister and Dale meet with Kevin Murphy of Independent Living Centre of Nova Scotia. Kevin had the opportunity to discuss issues related to disabilities.
Dale and Geoff Regan, Minister of Fisheries at the time, after his announcement of $30 million dollars to HRM harbour clean up.
Dale and the former Minister of Finance, Ralph Goodale. (March 2004)
Dale and Carolyn Bennett, at the Twin Oaks and Birches Foundation Dinner and Auction on April 24th, 2004.
Dale attended the 13th Annual Twin Oaks and Birches Foundation Charitable Dinner. He was able to bring the Carolyn Bennett, as a guest. In the picture from left to right is Randy Carter, Mabel Stevens, Carolyn Bennett, Dale, Loretta Halleran.
Meeting with the Eastern Shore Fishermen’s Protection Association
TDale participates in a tree planting in Musquodoboit Harbour to honour Earth Day on April 22, 2004. Also in the picture are Cathy Leslie and Rhonda Marks of Capital Health.
Dale participates in a clean up of the banks of the Sackville River in support of the efforts of the Sackville River Association.
Prime Minister and Dale April 15th , 2004
The Right Honourable Paul Martin and his Metro team Mike Savage, Dale Stevens, Sheila Fougere and Geoff Regan.
Dale with the former Minister of Defence, David Pratt, former Leader of the Government in the House of Commons, Tony Valeri and former Minister of Fisheries, Geoff Regan. Also in the picture is HRM Councillor Shiela Fougere.
Former Finance Minister John Manley showing his support for Dale, also in the photo is Dale’s Aunt, Mrs. Ada Pickrell from Sackville.
Dale participated in a Lawrencetown Community fund raiser. Pictured with Dale is the cast of the dinner theatre production of "Aunt Jane's Last Supper".
Dale with Pierre Pettigrew.
A great friend Francis MacKenzie, a former Nova Scotia Provincial Liberal Leader and Dale.
The Prime Minister, Mike Savage (Member of Parliament Dartmouth – Cole Harbour) and Dale after the roundtable on health promotion at Cole Harbour Place.