Stephen McNeil

BusinessVolta Labs startup hub gets $2.25 million to expand

Nova Scotia premier ties Volta’s success to keeping young people in Nova Scotia

Dec 5, 2017

Auditor general Pickup responded to the premier's comments at Province House

Health‘We’re not in a big fight,’ says auditor general on health-care report

Premier McNeil questioned the auditor general’s decision to assess communications

Nov 30, 2017

Tammy Turple (right) receives a Christmas tree from Deputy Premier Karen Casey.

Christmas‘It’s home’: Christmas tree gift ceremony starts off festivities for Halifax charity

Government officials donate balsam firs to four Halifax charities in annual ceremony

Nov 28, 2017

Premier Stephen McNeil

NewsPremier Stephen McNeil weighs in on sexual assault acquittal

Family has gone through 'a traumatic experience,' he says

Mar 10, 2017

Premier Stephen McNeil addresses the crowd during the launch of Nova Scotia's Culture Action Plan on Wednesday.

Culture and DiversityProgress for diverse cultural communities in Nova Scotia?

Premier Stephen McNeil and Tony Ince launch Nova Scotia's first Culture Action Plan

Feb 22, 2017

Though Tuesdays rally didn't have the turnout of Friday, their voices could be heard inside Province House

TEACHERSHey hey! Ho ho! Bill 75 was given the go

Controversial bill is made into law despite lively protests outside the legislature

Feb 21, 2017

Thousands of frustrated teachers rallied at Province House Friday, protesting Bill 75

TEACHERSNova Scotia teachers rally against Bill 75

Teachers and their supporters filled the streets around Province House on Friday

Feb 18, 2017

The engaged protesters hold up signs in favour of NS teachers.

EducationProtesters demonstrate before a vote about the future of NS Teachers

Vote will strike down or uphold a tentative deal between the union and the provincial government

Feb 6, 2017

NSTU supporters march around Province House.

EducationNSTU rally at Province House a mix of protest, celebration

The Nova Scotia Teachers Union demands the province ‘actually negotiate’ to reach an agreement

Dec 7, 2016

One of many young students who protested the lockout.

EducationStudents, parents rally to support teachers

“We will not accept anything less than a fair deal for the teachers and our children”

Dec 5, 2016

Premier Stephen McNeil and Glooscap Chief Sidney Peters speak with reporters at the Nova Scotia Archives.

First Nations McNeil rebukes lawyer’s ‘conquered people’ argument

‘No one in the Mi’kmaq community should’ve had to hear those words’

Nov 25, 2016