Houston calls for immediate byelection
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston today called on Premier McNeil to call an immediate byelection in the constituency of Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River. “Because Lenore Zann refused to do the right thing and resign, the people of Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River will not be represented at Province House when the Legislature resumes in a few weeks,” Houston … Continue reading "Houston calls for immediate byelection"
Lohr disappointed Scots Bay wharf funding rejected
Kings North MLA John Lohr says the investment in Cape Split Park Reserve is welcomed news, but he is worried the community of Scots Bay is being overlooked by government. Friday, the Department of Lands and Forestry announced a $400,000 investment in infrastructure at Cape Split Park, including a new looped trail system featuring shorter … Continue reading "Lohr disappointed Scots Bay wharf funding rejected"
PCs dedicate Fall session to improving healthcare
Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston today called on the McNeil Liberals to use the Fall session of the Legislature to pass PC legislation aimed at improving access to healthcare and supporting healthcare professionals. “The by-elections confirmed that Nova Scotians are worried about their ability to access healthcare and that too many healthcare professionals are feeling … Continue reading "PCs dedicate Fall session to improving healthcare"