A new pilot program will give Mi'kmaw early childhood educators more training opportunities. "It's important that Mi'kmaw children have access to early learning programs that incorporate Mi'kmaw language and reflect Mi'kmaw knowledge and perspectives," said Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development."This pilot supports...

On Tuesday October 30th, the board of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party accepted the resignation of Jason Boudrot as president and federal director. Mr. Boudrot submitted his resignation Tuesday morning, citing personal reasons. A special meeting of the board was called Tuesday October 30th in the...

Nova Scotians from one end of our province to the other depend on our small and medium-sized businesses to access goods and services. We believe everyone has a role to play in making our province more accessible and it is encouraging to see leadership from...

Your Liberal government began the fall sitting of the Nova Scotia Legislature with a speech from the throne that highlighted Nova Scotians and their success stories. These successes are propelling our province toward greater prosperity.   Legislation that has been passed, and the announcements made during the...

Your Liberal government has announced the next steps for Nova Scotia’s largest ever health-care project, the redevelopment of the QEII Health Sciences Centre. The redevelopment of the QEII Health Sciences Centre is a once in a generation opportunity to rebuild and improve the way health...

Your Liberal government is launching a pilot project, starting Oct.1, in six communities to enhance trail connections for off-highway vehicles. The pilot will enable them to use the shoulders of roadways, and the roadway itself where necessary, in order to safely travel in select areas from...