Today the Houston government left Nova Scotians with more questions than answers when it comes to the HRM planning task force. In a press conference today, over a month since the Houston government’s housing plan was announced, the Premier is still unable to explain the nuts...

With young children in our province set to roll up their sleeves for the COVID-19 vaccine, the Nova Scotia Liberal Party wants to see in-school immunizations offered as an option coming out of the Houston government’s press conference today. “COVID-19 cases are climbing in our province’s...

The Nova Scotia Liberal Party is calling on the Houston government to require COVID-19 proof of vaccination at faith-based gatherings in the province. With recent deaths at both a longterm care and group home in Nova Scotia traced back to a large church gathering where people...

The Liberal Party will be introducing amendments today to the PC government’s housing bill. The Liberals are asking for changes that would necessitate the HRM planning task force to publicly disclose the projects it’s considering, and change wording in the bill to ensure the panel...

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