Working Together For Fairness: An Election Primer
Produced by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives – Nova Scotia. Co-authored by Christine Saulnier, Director of CCPA-NS, Kyle Buott, Secretary-Treasurer of the NS Federation of Labour and Judy Haiven, Professor in the Sobey’s School of Business at Saint Mary’s University. Both Kyle and Judy are members of Solidarity Halifax.
This report critically analyzes the current Nova Scotia government’s record in five policy areas (health care, jobs and the economy, poverty, occupational health & safety, and Nova Scotia Power) over the past four years and makes recommendations for progressive next steps.
The report was funded by the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour based on issues identified by workers and their families as priorities for the next provincial election.
Note: Articles and reports published by Solidarity Halifax members do not necessarily reflect positions held by the organization.
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[…] 8. The NDP government has made some positive, progressive steps, especially in health care and workplace safety. More details are available in a report from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Nova Scotia, and two of the three authors are members of Solidarity Halifax. (View the CCPA-NS report.) […]