The PC government says they have a plan to address the housing crisis, but what is it? Tim Houston confirmed today what we already know – that he has no plan in place for Nova Scotia tenants whose rent control will end in the dead of...

Leader of the Opposition Iain Rankin joined Liberal health critic Zach Churchill on a tour of the New Waterford redevelopment site today, Sept. 29th, alongside MLAs Patricia Arab and Tony Ince, former CBRM city councillor Lowell Cormier, and Dr. Peter Littlejohn. The tour was a part...

The Nova Scotia Liberal Party is calling for an emergency debate on climate change at the earliest opportunity this fall session. “Make no mistake, the climate crisis is one of the most critical and immediate issues facing us today,” says Liberal leader Iain Rankin. “It’s time...

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Housing is a human right, and we cannot simply rely on the current market forces to deal with the housing crisis. The recent events that saw police evicting people from shelters were disturbing and highlighted that government must do more to help and support those who...

 BERWICK, NS – A re-elected Rankin government will invest $1.75 million annually to support women and their newborn babies by expanding the provincial midwifery program.  Increasing the number of midwives from 16 to 24 and extending midwifery to communities in the Annapolis Valley and Cape Breton...