Finance Minister Karen Casey gave a budget update today that shows our continued committed to a balanced budget. As Liberals, we’re proud of our government’s fiscal achievements that have resulted in three balanced budgets in a row, all while investing in health care, education, early...

Liberals understand that it's important to have and keep good jobs here in Nova Scotia. Recent trends in jobs and unemployment statistics for the province are reasons to be optimistic. In December 2010, the unemployment rate was at a high of 10.8%. Since then things...

In Budget 2017-18 we continue to invest in key strategic sector and export development programs to expand existing businesses or create new ones. For example, right now, the wine sector supports about 575 direct and indirect jobs in Nova Scotia. The workforce is expected to...

The Province will continue to invest in the Graduate to Opportunities Program, increasing funding by $1.7 million, helping recent graduates find their first job, here at home. The program will provide funding to employers for new jobs in Nova Scotia, covering up to 35% of...

Infrastructure development and renewal is key to our province's success.Your Liberal government understands the need for good roads, hospitals, and schools which is why this budget includes significant infrastructure investments. The Province will dedicate $10 million annually to a new gravel roads renewal program and highway...

As Liberals, we know that the status quo will not do. We know that we need new ideas for a better economy. That's why your Liberal government will continue to invest in innovation, cutting red tape, and strategic sector and export development....

We have added $64 million to the home care budget since 2013, as a result your Liberal government has virtually eliminated the home care wait list in most communities across Nova Scotia....