Budget investments in safe and connected communities

Did you know the 2018 Provincial Budget includes the following provisions? Budget investments in safe and connected communities include: $16.2 million increase in Disability Support program to help more people move out of institutions, to improve respite care, and to fund more complex client cases $2.1 million to help create eight small options homes and two community Read more about Budget investments in safe and connected communities[…]

Nova Scotia Investing in Teaching Coding in Schools

Nova Scotia students from Grades Primary to 12 will develop critical skills using new technology to support their learning and to prepare them for new economy jobs. As part of Budget 2016-2017, the province is investing $1 million to support coding in schools this year. As part of Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for Education, coding Read more about Nova Scotia Investing in Teaching Coding in Schools[…]

PROVINCE TO CO-ORDINATE HELP FOR FORT MCMURRAY FIRE VICTIMS

The province is co-ordinating several ways for Nova Scotians to help victims of the fire emergency in Fort McMurray, Alberta. “The images and stories coming from Fort McMurray are frightening, especially to the many Nova Scotians who have family members in Alberta,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “People across our province are concerned about the thousands Read more about PROVINCE TO CO-ORDINATE HELP FOR FORT MCMURRAY FIRE VICTIMS[…]

Liberals Committed to Keeping Our Daughters and Sons Here at Home

Your Liberal government is working hard to make sure more young people find meaningful employment here in Nova Scotia. Liberals know what it means for a young person to have an opportunity to work and live at home – to be close to family, friends, and live in a place where everybody knows your name. Read more about Liberals Committed to Keeping Our Daughters and Sons Here at Home[…]

Increased Investment in the Future of our Children

What has our Liberal Government done? Invested 65 Million Dollars in Education Hired 380 new Teachers Created the first program in Canada to introduce Computer Coding in grades P to 3 Hired 50 Reading recovery Teachers Introduced new caps to class sizes Supported increased funding for Junior Achievement and hands on learning in Grades 9 Read more about Increased Investment in the Future of our Children[…]