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A sustainable fiscal path. That’s what we announced today as we closed the books on fiscal year 2017-2018 and announced our second consecutive surplus. Our financial statements show a surplus of $230 million. The net position is $120 million. This is the result of determination and...

Tourism is extremely important to Nova Scotia’s economy, generating substantial revenue for our province and communities and employing 1 in 5 Nova Scotians. We had our best year for tourism in 2017 and last year was the fourth consecutive year of growth. Tourism revenue for 2017...

As Liberals, we know families need childcare and early learning opportunities and want a childcare sector that is prepared to meet their changing needs. The need for these services continues to grow, along with the demand for qualified early childhood educators. Your Liberal government is pleased...

Your Liberal government knows how important highway safety is to Nova Scotians. That’s why we’re partnering with the federal government to twin Highway 104 between Sutherland's River, Pictou Co. and Antigonish. “Highway 104 is an essential piece of infrastructure connecting communities in our province and our...

We know our province needs more family doctors, and we’ve been working on different ways to recruit and retain them. Our government recently announced almost $40 million in funding for family doctors, created more flexibility for how and where they practice, and are working to help...

More Nova Scotians are now able to get rebates on energy-saving upgrades to their homes. Energy and Mines Minister Derek Mombourquette and federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change Catherine McKenna have announced three provincial programs are expanding to include oil and other non-electrically heated homes. "Using...

Your Liberal government knows health care needs are changing, and that we need to change how we do things. We’ve heard from Cape Bretoners that access to health care is their number one concern. People want better access to primary health care and continuing care,...

The rights of service dog users to live, shop, commute and access the same places and services as other Nova Scotians will be protected when legislation comes into effect on June 27....

May 17th, 2018 - Premier Stephen McNeil has officially dropped the writ for a by-election in Cumberland South. Premier McNeil joined Liberal candidate Scott Lockhart at his campaign headquarters this afternoon. “Cumberland South has a unique opportunity to elect an MLA into our majority government,” said Stephen McNeil....

Over the last week, I have had the opportunity to meet with superintendents and senior staff at five of the eight regional school boards in the province. I have also met with teachers and principals in each of those regions, and representatives from school advisory...