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.
Interim leader to be named january 6
(Halifax, NS) The Nova Scotia Liberal Caucus will name its
interim leader to replace outgoing leader Danny Graham in a
caucus meeting on January 6, 2004.
Auditor general reveals that social housing is not a priority of the government
(Halifax, NS) Today’s release of the Auditor General’s
Report further emphasizes the low priority this Government
places on social housing in this Province.
Graham to step down as liberal leader
(Halifax, NS) The leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, Danny
Graham, announced he is stepping down as party leader today at
Minister should outline contingency plans for a flu outbreak
(Glace Bay, NS) Recent news from both New Brunswick and the United
States, coupled with a shortage of flu vaccines in Nova Scotia
warrants the Minister of Health to outline a contingency plan for a
severe outbreak of the flu in Nova Scotia.
Liberals push for Cochrane’s resignation
(Halifax, NS) Liberal House Leader Manning MacDonald today wrote
to Conflict of Interest Commissioner Justice Merlin Nunn, asking
him to provide advice as to whether or not Dennis Cochrane
violated the Civil Service Act.
Pearson peacekeeping centre must stay put states Theriault
(Halifax, NS) The reported plan that the Pearson Peacekeeping
Centre (PCC) may soon be relocating causes Liberal MLA Junior
Theriault a great deal of concern. Theriault states that he has
received well over 50 letters opposing the relocation, and calls
from concerned employees worried that they will now be losing
Government cuts may lead to fees at Saint Mary’s
(Kingston, NS) Liberal Education Critic Leo Glavine said today that
Provincial Government cuts to education could lead to increased fees
for students at Saint Mary’s University.