Minister Bernard was able to deliver some good news for kids programs in Sydney.
As well, funding to hire five new outreach workers who will working for kids in Dartmouth, Truro, Kentville, Whitney Pier and East Preston.
Nova Scotia lost a wonderful man today. Many of us lost a funny, loyal, kind, brilliant, honest, compassionate friend. Rest well my friend … Joanne Bernard MLA
PREMIER’S OFFICE–Statement from the Premier on the Passing of Allan Rowe
On behalf of all Nova Scotians I want to express my profound sympathies to the family of Dartmouth South MLA Allan Rowe.
Sadly, Allan passed away early today, March 16.
Allan will always be remembered for his deep commitment to community and his incredible capacity for hard work. His career path led him from the drilling rig Ocean Ranger to a long stint as a well-known radio and television broadcaster and eventually to the Legislative Assembly in 2013. He served as government caucus whip and was respected and admired by all of our members and staff.
Allan’s family has asked me to pass on their sincere appreciation to the dedicated staff at Dartmouth General Hospital and the Halifax Infirmary for their support and to thank all those who have sent their sympathies and prayers over the last three weeks.
At this very difficult time, Allan’s family has asked for privacy as they mark his passing.
Thanks to the volunteers who put it together, the staff of the Ship Victory who work so hard to make our event possible and the guests who make it work.
Joanne Bernard and Geoff Regan spoke eloquently about the Liberal values that bind us all together and the upcoming federal election. Joanne shared with us news of her trip to Ottawa and the need for an inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women. As well, the Between the Bridges program that will be coming to Dartmouth North to address the ongoing deficits in learning and social development for Dartmouth North youth.
Geoff Regan compared the compassion of Joanne Bernard to the divisive policies of the Harper Government and the need for Hope and Hard Work ahead.
We are pleased to announce the schedule for our 2015 Regional Policy Meeting. The purpose of the regional policy meeting is for each region to decide upon the policy piece they would like to have voted on at the provincial AGM. All provincial ridings are encouraged to take part in this process.
We hope Dartmouth North Liberal members are able to attend the meeting for our area.
Sunday , Mar 1
2:00 – 4:00
For the Dartmouth-Cole Harbour Area
North Woodside Community Assoc.
230 Pleasant Street
Dartmouth B2Y 3R8
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In February Shelley took a chance on Justin Trudeau when she paid big money for an uncompleted painting by the Liberal Party of Canada leader which nobody had a chance to see before the auction. Justin was unable to finish his artwork in time for the auction due to the birth of baby Hadrien.
Shelley was in Ottawa recently and was able to pick up the painting from Justin himself.