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BIG Change Needed - Now More Than Ever

Today the legislature reconvened with a Speech from the Throne that outlined Stephen McNeil’s agenda.

A New Deal for local governments is the best path to fix equalization

A New Deal for local governments is the best path to fix equalization issue - Smith-McCrossin Progressive Conservative leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says it’s time for a New Deal between the Province of Nova Scotia and municipal governments.

Smith-McCrossin to McNeil: Restore Rural Emergency Locums To Keep Emergency Departments Open

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin is calling on Premier Stephen McNeil to bring back the rural emergency locum program to keep emergency departments open through the summer months.

Our Food First: Smith-McCrossin Pledges Healthy Local Food Strategy

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says it’s time that Nova Scotia’s next government make local food production and consumption a major priority for the province.  

Smith-McCrossin: Want more doctors in Nova Scotia? Give them the power to improve health care

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says the path forward to ending the doctor shortage is moving power away from bureaucrats and into the hands of front-line health care professionals.

McNeil’s bigger cabinet doesn’t address province’s big problems

PC leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says today’s cabinet shuffle by Premier Stephen McNeil fails to address the big problems facing Nova Scotia

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