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Patricia was first elected MLA for Fairview-Clayton Park in 2013 and was re-elected in 2017. She has served in various committee roles and is a member of the provincial cabinet serving as Minister of Internal Services and Communications Nova Scotia.


Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @AaldersDave: Many thanks to the KIn Club of Halifax for donation of $1000 towards the Fairview Community Pantry Project. Here is some o…3 days ago 2 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @NEWS957: NEW: Vaccination bookings are now open to everyone 12 and up in Nova Scotia. The website hasn't been updated to reflect that y…4 weeks ago 44 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @nsgov: Ricky, Bubbles and Julian are part of our way forward. Thank you @TrailerParkBoys, for rolling up your sleeves to protect you…4 weeks ago 587 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @HfxRegPolice: @HfxRegPolice’s patrol officers spend time patrolling communities, answering calls & helping citizens be safe. They can b…1 month ago 9 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @AcadiaU: It's official! Dr. Kyle Lowry joins the Acadia University Class of 2021. #AcadiaUGrad21 #WeTheNorth Read his bio and full vide…1 month ago 732 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @AcadiaU: Dr. Robert Strang – Doctor of Science ('21) month ago 7 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @AcadiaU: Congratulations, Acadia University Class of 2021. We have lots of messages for you on the Convocation website.…1 month ago 10 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @NEWS957: Nova Scotians aged 40-54 will soon be eligible for AstraZeneca vaccine via @HalifaxToday2 months ago 12 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @haligonia: Update: Residents 40 years and older will now qualify for the AstraZeneca vaccine, as early as Friday. Online registration w…2 months ago 29 0
Patricia ArabPatricia Arab @patriciaarabRT @MichaelTGorman: Strang calls on people to ONLY book COVID tests within their community. DO NOT TRAVEL for tests, he says.2 months ago 1 0


  • Government is further easing restrictions in long-term care homes to allow designated caregivers to help care for and support residents. “The COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly difficult for those living in long-term care, and those who love and care for them,” said Health and Wellness......

  • Campers should start thinking about their next outdoor adventure at one of Nova Scotia’s 20 camping parks. Reservations for the 2020 camping season will open April 2 and 3. A schedule of which campgrounds open for reservations on which day is posted on the provincial......

  • The Home Energy Assistance Top-up (HEAT) Fund will soon be open for the 2020 season. For 20 years, the former Good Neighbour Energy Fund (the GNEF), now called the HEAT Fund, has helped keep thousands of individuals and families across Nova Scotia warm during the......

  • Government will provide drinking water to 324 public schools in January, until lead testing in all schools can be completed. These include 284 schools not yet tested for lead and 40 schools that have been tested and require drinking water. “We don’t want families to......