New Democrat Charlie Angus says innovation and expanding on pre-existing industries will help create jobs.  He says there’s been significant job loss over the last six months in the riding.  Angus says making innovations in natural resources like forestry and mining will attract front-line industry to the Northeast.  He says partnering with small businesses, which employ many residents in Northeastern communities will help generate employment.  Angus is running against Liberal candidate Todd Lever, the Green Party’s Max Kennedy and Conservative candidate John Curley.  The 2015 federal election is set for Monday, October 19th.