Statement from Progressive Conservative Acadian Affairs critic Chris d’Entremont on the appointment of Dr. Stan Kutcher

Progressive Conservative Acadian Affairs critic Chris d’Entremont is disappointed the Trudeau Liberals have abandoned the practice of appointing an Acadian senator for Nova Scotia. On Wednesday, the Prime Minister named mental health advocate Stan Kutcher to the senate, ending the longstanding tradition of appointing a Nova Scotian Acadian senator that stretches back to Sir Wilfred Laurier,...
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‘How’s Work going?’ report paints a troubling picture of the public sector

The Liberals are failing public sector workers. A 2017 survey entitled ‘How’s Work Going?’ paints a troubling picture of dissatisfaction and inadequate leadership in Nova Scotia’s public service. The survey shows that government employees are dissatisfied when it comes to the working culture. Only nine out of the 25 departments scored a passing grade. Today at a...
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PC Healthcare critic says Minister Delorey must do more to recruit and retain doctors

Progressive Conservative Healthcare critic Karla MacFarlane says the people of Pictou County are suffering because of the family doctor shortage. The MLA for Pictou West says Minister Delorey must do more to recruit and retain doctors. MacFarlane was disappointed to learn that the northern zone in Nova Scotia saw an increase in number of people on...
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Statement from MLA Alana Paon on National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women – December 6, 2018

“On this sombre anniversary of the murders of 14 young women at L’Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal in 1989, we gathered at the annual ceremony to recognize this important day at Province House in Halifax. Women and men of all backgrounds gathered, united, to remember those women, but also all women who are missing, murdered or have experienced...
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