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  Iain Rankin was sworn in as Nova Scotia's 29th Premier today, Feb. 23. His 16-member cabinet, in revamped roles and departments, support his vision for a dynamic and prosperous Nova Scotia. Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc presided over the ceremony at Halifax's Convention Centre, which followed COVID-19...

  From February 1st to February 6th, registered Liberal delegates voted to choose the next Liberal Leader–and Premier of Nova Scotia. 97% of the over 8100 Registered delegates cast their ballot—electronically and over the phone. Click here to view to results of the 2021 Liberal Leadership....

  See the final results of the 2021 Liberal Leadership, and the introduction the next Leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party⁠—and Premier⁠ of Nova Scotia.   AGENDA 5:00     Pre-show 5:15     Welcome from NSLP President Joseph Khoury 5:20     Opening remarks from Leadership Committee Co-Chairs, Kristan Hines and Jane O’Neill 5:30 ...

Our Liberal Leadership Candidates gave a final address to the registered voting delegates and Liberal supporters. This was our candidates' last opportunity to present their vision for Nova Scotia before the start of voting on February 1st. To watch a recording of the event, click here.  ...

Date: December 10th, 2020 Time: 7 PM Moderator: Jane Taber — Vice President, NATIONAL, and former journalist and host of CTV's Question Period Watch the recording of the livestreamed debate below:  ...

Nova Scotia continues to be a leader in COVID-19 testing. Since October 1st, we have completed over 44,000 tests across the province – including over 14,000 tests conducted this past week alone. Conservative Leader Tim Houston and his caucus continue to politicize the COVID-19 pandemic, while...

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