For those business owners who qualify to receive funding through the Sector Impact Support Program, many say the funds just aren’t enough. Seaside Bowling Lanes and Lounge, a local establishment in Clare, fears that the money they are eligible to receive just isn’t enough for...

With no signs of Omicron slowing down in the province, the Nova Scotia Liberal Party is calling on the Houston government to release accurate figures of those who are in hospital with COVID-19. Infectious diseases specialist, Dr. Lisa Barrett, warned Nova Scotians that pressure on our...

Several business sectors across the province are adding their names to the list of those who are calling on the Houston government to expand eligibility for the Sector Impact Support Program. Many in the arts community, including musicians, feel neglected by the government’s support program. They...

On Monday, applications opened for the Sector Impact Support Program, nearly one month after Omicron began to surge in the province. Although this long-awaited program will provide short-term relief to some Nova Scotians, self-employed business owners, such as cosmetology professionals, are calling on the Houston government...

The Houston government's pandemic strategy is corroded in deficiencies but the biggest flaw of all is that the reported case counts don't reflect the true status of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia. Under Premier Houston, our province’s pandemic response has veered off course with a strategy of...

Every day, thousands of our youngest Nova Scotians not yet vaccinated against COVID-19 walk through the doors of daycares. But the Houston government has once again created a glaring deficiency in their Omicron response by ending contact tracing for childcare and not providing rapid test kits. “Daycares...

As Omicron blows through the province, so too will a snowstorm tomorrow afternoon – leaving many Nova Scotians scrambling to find shelter without any help from the Houston government. “Addressing homelessness has to be part of the Houston government’s pandemic response,” says Maguire. “People are being...

Nova Scotia’s pandemic response has gone from being the envy of the world to an embarrassment on Premier Houston’s watch. The Nova Scotia Liberal Party has been calling on the Houston government to make decisive, proactive decisions for months, but Premier Houston dragged his heels. “From business...

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