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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.
On April 1st, Nova Scotia’s minimum hourly wage increased from $12.55 to $12.95. Is it now “too high” or “too low”?
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.
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