As Liberals, we know health care is important. That’s why we are committed to improving access to care where and when Nova Scotians need it.
As Liberals, we want our communities to be strong and we want Nova Scotians to remain connected to them. We know that by investing in major infrastructure projects, we can help create vibrant communities where Nova Scotians can raise healthy families.
As Liberals, we appreciate the role culture has played in shaping Nova Scotia. By continuing to grow and support our province’s creative economy, we can ensure it plays a vital role in Nova Scotia’s future as well.
As Liberals, we know how important it is for Nova Scotians to feel safe and comfortable in their homes. That’s why we introduced the HomeWarming program.
As Liberals, we know it’s important to celebrate all that our older population has to offer. That’s why we’re committing more than $13 million over three years to Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for an Aging Population.
Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, Karen Casey, has directed the department and school boards to act on the initial recommendations of the Council to Improve Classroom Conditions.
As soon as your Liberal government took office, we created a fiscal plan to recover from the large deficit we inherited and restore the province’s financial health. Our plan focused on making strategic investments in opportunities for growth. This let us grow the economy, grow our revenues, and control our spending to eliminate our deficit.
Nova Scotia Liberal Party AGM 2017 The 2017 NSLP Annual General Meeting will be held at Westin Nova Scotian 1181 Hollis
Improving rural Internet service is a top priority for your Liberal government. Internet has revolutionized the way we live, work, learn and socialize in this world.
Yesterday we announced the Digby and Area Health Services Centre will soon be getting three new doctors and a new family practice nurse.