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Let’s stand with our dairy farmers

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin is urging all of her fellow leadership candidates to stand with the more than 200 Nova Scotia dairy farmers in the current Canada-US trade dispute.


Support for Smith-McCrossin’s commitment to continuing care

PC leadership candidate Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin’s commitment to a continuing care strategy and building more long-term care beds has attracted support from a prominent voice speaking out for seniors in need.


Seniors in need of care deserve action, not more delay

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says it’s long since time for the McNeil Liberals to take action to protect both seniors in care and seniors who need to be in care.
 


Smith-McCrossin calls for feasibility study of basic income

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says it’s time to look for a better way to reduce poverty in Nova Scotia, starting with a feasibility study into a basic income for low-income Nova Scotians.


Bring the voices of mental health to Nova Scotia Health Authority board

Progressive Conservative leadership candidate Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin says it’s time for a mental health professional and a mental health advocate to be on the board of directors of the Nova Scotia Health Authority.


Smith-McCrossin best choice for change: Former PC cabinet minister and MLA

Former PC cabinet minister and Halifax-area MLA Joel Matheson is the latest Progressive Conservative to endorse Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin’s PC leadership campaign


Statement from Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin

Today, Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin issued the following statement:


“Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin’s got the right stuff to be Premier” – Murray Scott

Former cabinet minister and Cumberland South MLA Murray Scott added his name today to the growing number of supporters of Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin’s Progressive Conservative leadership campaign.


Time to modernize and strengthen province’s lobbying law

With Service Nova Scotia investigating allegations that former Prime Minister Jean Chretien illegally lobbied Premier Stephen McNeil, it’s time for the McNeil government to modernize and strengthen Nova Scotia’s current lobbying law.


Nova Scotia Health Authority & IWK Board appointments miss the mark

The Liberal government’s appointments to the boards of the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA) and the IWK Health Centre continue to fall short of what Nova Scotians need, said Progressive Conservative leadership candidate and Cumberland North MLA Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin.


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