PCs take historic win in by-election

LOWER SACKVILLE, NS – Progressive Conservative leader Tim Houston welcomed MLA-elect Steve Craig to the PC Caucus following his historic by-election win tonight in Sackville-Cobequid. “Steve is going to be an excellent addition to our Caucus and an effective voice for the people of Sackville-Cobequid,” Houston said. “With Steve’s victory, the people of Sackville have sent...
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Liberals continue court battles to hide information

In the span of three weeks, the Liberals will have been in court three times, using the courts to hide information. The growing list of court cases is another symptom of a hyper-secretive government. FACT: On Wednesday, June 12, after months of legal wrangling, the Liberals were told by Nova Scotia’s highest court that the provincial Ombudsman’s...
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Seniors deserve respect and dignity

Progressive Conservative MLA Barbara Adams today demanded Minister of Health Randy Delorey clarify the Liberal policy on separating senior couples who need long-term care, especially at the Veterans Memorial Building (VMB).

“This is a situation that calls for compassion, respect and common sense,” Adams said.  “Every effort should be made to allow couples who...

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Liberals and NDP fail to see doctor recruitment as a priority

Members from the Liberal and NDP Caucus once again shut down an opportunity to discuss doctor recruitment. Today at the Standing Committee on Public Accounts, PC MLA Tim Halman put forward the topic of doctor recruitment, stemming from the 2017 Auditor General Report. Liberal MLAs Hugh MacKay, Brendan MacGuire, Suzanne Lohnes-Croft, Ben Jessome and Rafah DiCostanzo...
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Privacy blunders at the NSHA

Progressive Conservative Health Critic Karla MacFarlane says the recent Nova Scotia Health Authority privacy breach should raise alarms as the Liberal government prepares to move to a One Person One Record system.

The NSHA sent a release today admitting that an employee's email was compromised from an outside...

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