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Broken promise: Liberals backtrack on doctors commitment

Earlier this month, Glavine admitted it would be another two to three years before everyone would finally have access to a primary care provider.

Earlier this month, Glavine admitted it would be another two to three years before everyone would finally have access to a primary care provider.

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Inverness MLA says province should respect recommendation on Port Hood school

INVERNESS, NS – Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster is calling on the McNeil government to follow the School Options Committee’s (SOC) recommendation regarding the future of Dalbrae Academy and its P-8 feeder schools. The SOC was created by the Strait Regional School Board--under the direction of the provincial government--to look at the future of these schools. Since the...
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PC candidate for Hants West says Liberals overlooking problems with primary care access

WINDSOR, NS – Janice Munroe-Dodge, the Progressive Conservative candidate for Hants West, is disappointed that the McNeil government is brushing-off concerns from Nova Scotians who are having difficulty accessing primary care.

VIDEO OF THE COMMENTS FROM MR. PORTER WAS REMOVED TO COMPLY WITH A COMPLAINT FROM THE OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER.

During Wednesday’s public accounts committee, Liberal MLA...
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McNeil government admits four years of neglecting roads was a mistake

INVERNESS, NS – Progressive Conservative Inverness MLA Allan MacMaster says an announcement today shows the McNeil government is finally admitting its neglect of rural roads over the past four years was a mistake. The government announced the creation of a “Gravel Road Capital Program” which it says will invest $10 million on rebuilding roads. “The new gravel...
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