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  • The Chronic Disease Innovation Fund will invest $300,000 in 18 projects across the province. Community groups, in partnership with community health boards, applied for funding for projects that will help people stop smoking, reduce alcohol consumption, get active, and eat better....

  • Government is enhancing the Graduate to Opportunity program to encourage more businesses to hire women, people with disabilities and other diverse graduates. Employers will now receive an additional 10 per cent subsidy in the first year for diverse and international hires....

  • Wildfire risk season is now underway until October 15 and burning restrictions apply. People should check the BurnSafe website at for counties where burning domestic brush or campfires is permitted or restricted. The BurnSafe map is updated daily at 2 p.m. to show if burning of domestic brush and campfires is permitted that day....

  • Government will work to enhance and better coordinate mental health supports offered to children and youth, through school facilities like youth health centres. This is one of four recommendations put forward by the Minister’s Advisory Panel on Innovation in Mental Health and Addictions. The province will implement all four recommendations....

Kelly in the Community

Meet Kelly

Meet Kelly

Kelly Regan was first elected in June 2009 as the MLA for Bedford-Birch Cove. In her first term, she served as the Official Opposition critic for a number of portfolios. Kelly was re-elected in 2013 provincial in the new electoral district of Bedford. Premier Stephen McNeil appointed Kelly to serve in his cabinet.
About the district

About the district

The electoral district of Bedford was created during redistribution in 2013.  Primarily encompassing Bedford it is bordered by the Bedford Basin, Highway 102, and the Bedford Bypass. It includes a portion of Windmill Road and Hammonds Plains Road.


Kelly Regan

Kelly Regan shared Stephen McNeil's post.

It is with great pride I extend congratulations to the Special Olympics Nova Scotia athletes who did an outstanding job representing our province at the 2017 World Games in Austria.

Daniel Martin, Aimee Gordon, Brianna Harris, Kaylee Stewart, Robert Fougere and coach Cyril MacDonald have made us all very proud. Together, they are bringing home 11 medals - seven gold, one silver and three bronze.

We would not be able to celebrate the success of these athletes without the dedicated coaches and volunteers who make dreams a reality for 1,700 Nova Scotians. Every Special Olympics Nova Scotia event I have the pleasure of attending, I’m reminded of how important organizations like this are to communities across the entire province.

I look forward to the Special Olympics Canada 2018 Summer Games in Antigonish, when Nova Scotia will host athletes from across Canada for the first time since 1994.

“Let me win, but if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt.”

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