This budget could have been so much more than it is. Let's break down how.
Christine Saulnier, PhD's articles
The widespread relief programs in the early days of the pandemic showed that it is indeed possible to quickly and dramatically reduce child poverty.
2022 was a struggle for Nova Scotians, in many ways. The government can act to alleviate it.
The cost of living has gone up but the minimum wage hasn’t kept pace.
Critical elements for a housing secure Nova Scotia
Like access to food, clean water, and health care, access to housing is a fundamental right to which all people are entitled.
Democracy is built on trust and trust is built on openness.
We are far less likely to recognize households living in poverty as a public health issue, societal crisis or economic problem that we should solve collectively.
The pandemic has exposed the disastrous result of government cuts to vital investments, especially in health care and long-term care. Does the latest budget undo the damage?
As we remain in a state of emergency going on a year, here are our questions for the new premier of Nova Scotia.