The spring 2018 sitting of the 63rd General Assembly included a balanced budget that invests in Nova Scotians' priorities in health care, education and inclusive economic growth. "We are committed to making progress on Nova Scotians' priorities for health, education, and inclusive economic growth," said Premier...

As Liberals, we believe investing in education in Nova Scotia means supporting our children and students to be successful. To support our children to be successful, we need to support their families and we need to support the regulated child care sector. Families across the province...

As Liberals, we know that so much of our province’s success and future growth depends on quality infrastructure. For communities to thrive, people need to be able to travel safely and efficiently. They need clean air, reliable water, and enhanced public spaces. We’re happy to announce your...

This week, Minister of Gaelic Affairs Randy Delorey had the pleasure of introducing a bill that will provide the Gaelic community with opportunity to play a more active role in shaping and supporting the future of the Gaelic College. The Gaelic College Act was proclaimed in...

The following is an op-ed piece from Randy Delorey, Minister of Health and Wellness. There has been a great deal of misinformation shared recently about people waiting for nursing home beds. As a government, caring for our aging population is extremely important to us, so I...

We understand seniors want to live in the comfort of their own homes for as long as possible. Caregivers provide tremendous support to their loved ones, and by expanding the Caregiver Benefit Program, we can ease the financial responsibility often associated with caregiving and allow more...