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From one corner of the province to another, Nova Scotians agree that healthcare should be at the forefront of the Government’s agenda. We agree. There is no doubt that there are challenges with healthcare delivery in Cape Breton. Cape Bretoners are seeing and feeling those challenges first hand. Everyday. It’s important...

Our people are our greatest strength. But for decades, we’ve watched as our family, neighbours, and friends move away. That’s all changing. For the first time in decades, more people from the rest of Canada are moving to our province than Nova Scotians are moving elsewhere in Canada, giving...

From one corner of the province to another, Nova Scotians agree that healthcare should be at the forefront of the Government’s agenda. We agree. That’s why our Government has established the all-party standing committee on healthcare, the first new committee to be created in decades. With healthcare accounting for $4.5...

As Liberals, we want to keep Nova Scotia’s business climate flourishing. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, and our Government is committed to initiatives that will offer them growth and support. We’ve cut regulatory barriers for small businesses by $34 million annually...

A recent report highlights the work of government, community groups and other partners are doing to change perceptions about the value and contributions older Nova Scotians make to our province. The 18-month progress report on SHIFT: Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for an Aging Population details more...

Your Liberal government is making changes to support Nova Scotia parents and their families, as well as survivors of domestic violence. Starting January 1, the eligibility period in the Labour Standards Code to qualify for protected pregnancy and parental leave will be eliminated. This means people...

During the 2017 election campaign, we committed to expanding the emergency department at the IWK. Today, your Liberal government delivered on that commitment and announced plans to double the size of the emergency department, as well as replace an aging MRI scanner. We know children,...

As Liberals, we are continuing to try and find ways to help create a more inclusive and accessible province. With approximately one in five Nova Scotians identifying as having a disability, we believe we all want a province where there are no limitations to anyone...

A new pilot program will give Mi'kmaw early childhood educators more training opportunities. "It's important that Mi'kmaw children have access to early learning programs that incorporate Mi'kmaw language and reflect Mi'kmaw knowledge and perspectives," said Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development."This pilot supports...

Since launching Nova Scotia’s Pre-primary Program, we have supported thousands of children to access early learning opportunities the year before they start school. As we continue to rollout the program over the next two years, thousands more will share the same opportunity. But our support does...