Health and Climate Change on the Agenda in Nova Scotia | election nova scotia 2021

Liberal leaders, Ian Rankin, promising to invest an additional 130 million in health if she forms the next government.

This amount is in addition to the half a billion dollars provided for health in the budget presented in the spring.

This money will be used to hire more doctors, among other things. The recruitment office will be directly managed by the government and recruiters will be looking for candidates all over the world.

They will be deployed around the world to recruit the best doctors for Nova Scotia, declares Ian Rankin, who want to find doctors who want to settle in the province and stay there.

Invest in prevention to shut down the health system

The Progressive Conservative also talked about health care on Tuesday. party leader, Tim Houston, wants to focus on preventive medicine.

He wants to invest in the program inspired, to help people with chronic illness take better care of themselves.

From left to right: leader of the Nova Scotia Liberal Party, Ian Rankin, leader of the Nova Scotia NDP, Gary Burrill, and leader of the Progressive Conservative Party of Nova Scotia, Tim Houston

Photo: The Canadian Press

Tim Houston Indicates that they have spoken to people who are likely to benefit from this current program. He believes his plan can make a big difference.

i like this program, he emphasized.

to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

For his part, the chief of NPDhandjob gary burrill On Tuesday, he spoke about his plan to tackle climate change.

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If voted to power, his party wants to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% from 1990 levels by 2030.

The New Democrats say they want 90% of the energy used in Nova Scotia in 2030 to come from renewable sources.

From a report by Rebecca martel

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