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Nova Scotians: your hard work is paying off. Recent Statistics Canada numbers show Nova Scotians companies exported more than $5.7 billion last year. That’s a new all-time high, and an increase of $1.4 billion from 2013, as international demand for Nova Scotian made products continues to...

We’re investing $691 million in capital projects across the province this year, with more than $219 million dedicated to improving health care facilities across Nova Scotia. The 2019-20 Capital Plan includes $157 million for the QEII Next Generation and CBRM Health Redevelopment projects – a once in a...

We know Nova Scotians want access to quality, affordable, inclusive child care. When our children have that access, they gain the skills to succeed both at school and in the future. That’s why an investment of $2.4 million was announced to create more than 750 new child care...

It’s always nice to put a face to a name, especially when that name is the Physician Immigration Stream. Health Minister Randy Delorey recently met with a group of family doctors who arrived from the UK through this new recruitment stream our Liberal Government introduced, in efforts to attract...

Your Liberal Government is excited to announce that the Burnside connector project is officially underway! Traffic congestion has been a decades-old problem for Burnside commuters, frustrating drivers and businesses alike. In a joint partnership with the federal Building Canada Fund, our government is investing $107-million...

As Liberals, we're always looking for ways our young people can enter the workforce in a quick and meaningful manner. One way to help further this goal is by encouraging businesses in Nova Scotia to hire apprentices through a new and improved procurement program.  Launched in 2016, a...

Well, the numbers are in, and Nova Scotians have a lot to be proud of! Statistics Canada released the January labour market trends, and it shows that more Nova Scotians are working today than at any other time in our province’s history. 465,100 Nova Scotians were working in January...

It’s one thing for Tim Houston to duck taking a position on the Nova Scotia ferry in Yarmouth, but actively trying to damage the service – and, by extension, the economy of Nova Scotia -- is going much too far. Mr. Houston and the Conservatives want...

At the recommendation of Adolescent Mental Heath expert Dr. Stan Kutcher, your Liberal government is expanding youth mental health outreach in communities across Nova Scotia, based on the CaperBase model that started in Cape Breton in 2009. 41 more schools in Northern and Western Nova Scotia have expanded services that...

From one corner of the province to another, Nova Scotians agree that health care should be at the forefront of the government’s agenda. We agree. There is no doubt there are challenges with health-care delivery in Cape Breton. Cape Bretoners are seeing and feeling those challenges...