Danny Graham on the Issues
Nova Scotians deserve a government that inspires the province and its people to achieve their full potential, a government that is forward-looking and results-driven.
A Liberal government led by Danny Graham will dedicate itself to making Nova Scotia a political and economic leader in Confederation once again.
Read our take on the issues.
Government needs to take action for Britex Ltd.
(Annapolis, NS) Liberal MLA for
Annapolis, Stephen McNeil, is concerned about the governmentís
lack of action regarding Britex Group Ltd., the Annapolis County
BSE task force too little too late
(Halifax, NS) Liberal agriculture critic Stephen McNeil is
questioning the lack of government support for the farmers of Nova
Scotia hard hit by this summerís mad cow scare in western Canada.
Supplementary school fees out of control
(Halifax, NS) Recent increases in supplementary public school
fees have contributed to difficulties for some families to
afford access to public education in Nova Scotia.
Pre-election cheques result in funding problems
(Halifax, NS) The Tory governmentís eagerness to send out
pre-election tax "rebate" cheques is beginning to
affect all public services in Nova Scotia, including health
care, says Liberal health critic Dave Wilson.
Graham appoints chief of staff
(Halifax, NS) Liberal leader Danny Graham has appointed Halifax
lawyer and Clementsvale, Annapolis County native Heather Sanford
as chief of staff in the Liberal Caucus Office.
Tories must pay more attention to farmers
(Halifax, NS) Premier John Hamm is not going to convince farmers he
is concerned about the beef crisis unless his government begins to
listen to the farmers, and take some action, says Liberal
agriculture critic Stephen McNeil, MLA for Annapolis.
ER closure at Strait Richmond unacceptable
(Glace Bay, NS) The weekday closures of the emergency room at
the Strait Richmond Hospital suggests the Conservative
government cares more about saving money than providing
emergency health care services to the people in the Strait Area.