Since applications have opened for the Seniors’ Care Grant, less than half of those eligible to receive support have subscribed – underscoring the need for the Houston government to restructure the program. The grant is intended to help seniors living on lower incomes pay for household services of up...

Halifax has the alarming distinction of being Canada’s most unaffordable city for young people, according to data released this week by RBC. Out of 27 major cities in Canada examined by the think tank Youthful Cities, from Vancouver to Toronto, St. John’s to Yellowknife, it’s Halifax that’s the least...

The Nova Scotia Liberal Party is calling on the government to return to regular COVID briefings, and ensure they’re livestreamed for all Nova Scotians. Dr. Strang has repeatedly said that “COVID is still with us”, but the Houston government is making it very hard for Nova Scotians to hear...

More Nova Scotians than ever have added their name to the doctor waitlist, bringing the long-awaited Conservative healthcare plan into question. Under Premier Houston’s watch, the need for a family doctor in the Central Zone has increased by 80 per cent, leaving many Nova Scotians without timely access to...

The Nova Scotia Liberal Party is seeking an Executive Director. The successful candidate will hold an important hands-on leadership role, working collaboratively with the President and a new Leader towards renewal and to win the election in 2025. Help us identify the person who will have the...

Cape Breton residents are looking for a commitment from the Houston government that would allow them to get cancer care close to home, but Houston’s health minister says residents will have to keep waiting. Cape Breton is home to the highest cancer rates in the province, yet residents are...

As Nova Scotia grapples with rising fuel prices and a global climate emergency, more and more people are looking to buy a car with a battery over a gas tank. To continue on the electric vehicle rebates introduced by the previous Liberal government, Natural Resources and Renewables critic Carman...

Liberal Leader Iain Rankin will be introducing two pieces of legislation in the House of Assembly today. The Judicial Appointments Act will seek to rectify the Houston government’s decision this past January to give overwhelming authority to the Minister of Justice in the judicial appointments process. Under the new guidelines,...