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Jun 13, 2024

Patricia Arab to Re-Offer for Liberals in Fairview-Clayton Park

Patricia Arab will re-offer as the Liberal candidate for Fairview-Clayton Park

Patricia Arab to Re-Offer for Liberals in Fairview-Clayton Park

Jun 10, 2024

Braedon Clark to Re-Offer for Liberals in Bedford South

Braedon Clark will re-offer as the Liberal candidate for Bedford South.

Braedon Clark to Re-Offer for Liberals in Bedford South

Jun 7, 2024

Gerard Bray Nominated as Liberal Candidate for Halifax Chebucto

Gerard Bray has been nominated as the Liberal candidate in Halifax Chebucto.

Gerard Bray Nominated as Liberal Candidate for Halifax Chebucto

May 30, 2024

Poor Working Conditions Cause Exodus of Nova Scotia Doctors

Nova Scotia is facing a severe healthcare crisis as many doctors are leaving the province, citing dissatisfaction with their positions and work environment under the Houston government.

Poor Working Conditions Cause Exodus of Nova Scotia Doctors

May 28, 2024

CBRM Policing Issue Latest Example of Houston's Dispute with Cape Breton

The Houston government’s battle with CBRM over policing is the latest example of the province trying to download its responsibility to municipalities across the province.

CBRM Policing Issue Latest Example of Houston's Dispute with Cape Breton

May 28, 2024

Lorelei Murphy Nominated as Liberal Candidate for Argyle

Lorelei Murphy has been nominated as the Liberal candidate for Argyle.

Lorelei Murphy Nominated as Liberal Candidate for Argyle

May 27, 2024

New Report Highlights Rising Poverty Under Houston Government

The 2024 Food Banks Canada report shows more Nova Scotians have struggled in the
past year due to rising costs of necessities like groceries, housing, and power rates under
the Houston government.

New Report Highlights Rising Poverty Under Houston Government

May 13, 2024

1,000 Days of Houston Government Leaves Nova Scotians Worse Off

It’s been 1,000 days since the Houston government was elected, and Nova Scotians should ask themselves, are we better off?

1,000 Days of Houston Government Leaves Nova Scotians Worse Off

May 2, 2024

Legal Aid Demand Rises Amid Rate Freeze

In January 2021, the Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission approved a report that
recommended an increase to the hourly rates for legal aid certificates, but the Houston
government has yet to act.

Legal Aid Demand Rises Amid Rate Freeze

May 1, 2024

Price of Baby Formula Must be Regulated in Nova Scotia

Prices of baby formula in Nova Scotia are above the national average and are the highest in the Maritime provinces.

Price of Baby Formula Must be Regulated in Nova Scotia

Apr 26, 2024

Mary Wooldridge-Elliott Nominated as Liberal Candidate for Pictou West

Pictou County councillor Mary Wooldridge-Elliott has been nominated as the Liberal candidate for the upcoming byelection in Pictou West.

Mary Wooldridge-Elliott Nominated as Liberal Candidate for Pictou West

Apr 16, 2024

Liberals Renew Call for Volunteer Firefighter Support

The Nova Scotia Liberal Caucus is renewing its call for the Houston government to recognize the work of volunteer fire crews in Nova Scotia.

Liberals Renew Call for Volunteer Firefighter Support

Apr 16, 2024

Liberals Renew Call for Volunteer Firefighter Support in Cape Breton

The Nova Scotia Liberal Caucus is renewing its call for the Houston government to recognize the work of volunteer fire crews in Cape Breton.

Liberals Renew Call for Volunteer Firefighter Support in Cape Breton

Apr 8, 2024

Another School Year Wraps Without Houston’s Student Housing Strategy

Despite promising to release a student housing strategy in the spring of 2023, another school year is coming to a close without a plan from the Houston government.

Another School Year Wraps Without Houston’s Student Housing Strategy

Apr 5, 2024

Liberals Finish Spring Session Strong

The Nova Scotia Liberal caucus is finishing another legislative session strong after tabling 26 bills and boosting the provincial budget with its ideas.

Liberals Finish Spring Session Strong

Apr 4, 2024

Houston Conservatives Use Majority to Access Health Records

Hidden in the Financial Measures Act is a clause that would give the Health Minister access to Nova Scotians' medical records without their consent. Today, Liberal amendments aimed at strengthening safeguards of the proposed law were defeated by the Houston Conservatives.

Houston Conservatives Use Majority to Access Health Records

Apr 4, 2024

Liberal Bill Would Reverse Harmful Cuts to Home Heating Program

The Nova Scotia Liberal Caucus will table a bill today to reverse the harmful cuts to the
Heating Assistance Rebate Program (HARP) by the Houston government this year.

Liberal Bill Would Reverse Harmful Cuts to Home Heating Program

Mar 27, 2024

MLA Regan Reintroduces Bill That Would Provide At-Home HPV Testing

Today, Health and Wellness critic Kelly Regan will reintroduce a bill to expand access to at-home HPV tests for all people from age 25 onward who have a cervix.

MLA Regan Reintroduces Bill That Would Provide At-Home HPV Testing

Mar 26, 2024

MLA Jessome Tables Bills to Improve Emergency Preparedness in Nova Scotia

Hammonds Plains-Lucasville MLA and Emergency Management Office critic Ben Jessome will table several bills today in response to community concerns after devastating wildfires swept his riding on May 28th, 2023.

MLA Jessome Tables Bills to Improve Emergency Preparedness in Nova Scotia

Mar 23, 2024

Liberal Bill Would Support Volunteer Firefighters

With emergency healthcare services in dire straits across the province and especially in the Annapolis riding, local MLA Carman Kerr will table a bill to support volunteer firefighters by covering their medical first responder training.

Liberal Bill Would Support Volunteer Firefighters
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