During the last twelve months, the PC Party of Nova Scotia has been doing two things: One, listening to Public Health; and two listening to Nova Scotians on how best to take our province forward. That feedback has helped us put forward detailed, bold plans for the future of our province.
The PCs vision for Nova Scotia will be the focus tonight as Leader Tim Houston will kick off their first-ever Virtual PC Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2021 live from the Westin Hotel in Halifax.
“The pandemic has cancelled many events and it’s been a difficult year. The bad news is we can’t meet in person, but the good news is we’re a party that is modern and embraces technology, so we’ve made it work,” says Houston. “I can’t wait to connect with everyone virtually.”
Close to 600 delegates will gather virtually and participate in a webinar over two days.
“We’re very pleased with the number of delegates. It confirms what we’re hearing - that Nova Scotians are paying attention to what the PC Party is doing,” says AGM co-chair Sarah McInnes.
AGM co-chair Ryan Sharpe agrees that people are turning their attention to the thoughtful, comprehensive plans that the PCs are putting forward.
Houston with the PC Caucus have put out clear plans for healthcare, Hope for Health, Universal Mental Health, and Dignity for our Seniors, that in tandem will work to relieve the many pressures facing our healthcare system.
“We’re not focused on politics, we’re focused on people. We will keep telling Nova Scotians about our vision for healthcare,“ says Houston.