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We know an investment in pre-primary is an investment in the wellbeing of our children, and the future of our province. Our children deserve the best start we can give them in school and in life, and pre-primary helps us do just that. Research shows a child’s mental development is...

Nova Scotia is leading the way as the first jurisdiction in North America to move to an opt-out system of organ and tissue donation, from the current opt-in system.  Organ and tissue donation saves lives, and we know that the majority of Nova Scotians are willing donors who understand...

How long has the Nova Scotia-Maine ferry service been running? A ferry had continuously operated between Nova Scotia and Maine for more than 100 years, prior to the former NDP Government cancelling the service in 2009. What happened when the NDP cut the ferry service? Tourism dried up....

As Liberals, we know that a province is only as strong as its people. We’re committed to helping our fellow Nova Scotians through programs that help keep money in their pockets, while giving them the resources they need to support their lives. Numbers recently released...

We know that immigration is beneficial for Nova Scotia. Today, March 20th, on the International Day of La Francophonie, we highlight the cultural benefits of Francophone immigrants coming to our province through the new Francophone Immigration Action Plan and reflect on our progress in attracting...

We know how important inclusive supports are to Nova Scotians and the challenges that come with a child in crisis. That’s why we’re investing $800,000 annually into a pilot program to help young people with autism who are experiencing behavioural issues. Eight new specialists are now being hired...

Nova Scotians: your hard work is paying off. Recent Statistics Canada numbers show Nova Scotians companies exported more than $5.7 billion last year. That’s a new all-time high, and an increase of $1.4 billion from 2013, as international demand for Nova Scotian made products continues to...

We’re investing $691 million in capital projects across the province this year, with more than $219 million dedicated to improving health care facilities across Nova Scotia. The 2019-20 Capital Plan includes $157 million for the QEII Next Generation and CBRM Health Redevelopment projects – a once in a...