We continue to work on different ways to recruit and retain both family doctors and specialists. Just the other day, the Speech from the Throne noted that since April of last year, 160 family doctors and specialists have started working in Nova Scotia. We know there...

The important role of Student Advisory Council’s (SACs) will be further enhanced this coming September. Along with representing the school community voice, SAC members will manage a budget that supports student achievement and provides advice on regional and provincial education policy development, starting with a...

We want all Nova Scotians to have the dignity, self-esteem, and self-confidence they need to enjoy productive and fulfilling lives. And now, students who are looking to gain work experience, earn wages, and explore careers within their community, have more opportunities to do so, through the...

Residents of Cumberland County: There have been concerns raised recently about health care in northern Nova Scotia, in particular, Cumberland County. I want to reassure all Nova Scotians that government, along with the Nova Scotia Health Authority, is working hard to improve access to care and...

Nova Scotia is blessed with a rich and diverse heritage that helps tell the story of the province’s many cultures. As Liberals, we recognize that it is important to support our communities to keep them active, strong and vibrant. We know that it is the community...

Our youth population is growing, and we know a big part of launching a career is being able to gain on-the-job work experience. This summer, your Liberal government has invested in more than 200 additional positions compared to previous years. This has resulted in more than...

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...