Contact Karen

30 Duke Street, Suite 10

Truro, Nova Scotia

B2N 2A1

Phone: (902) 893-2180

Fax: (902) 893-3064




As MLA for Colchester North, I'm pleased to provide this website as a useful and informative resource. With constant updates you can remain informed of my participation in local events and in the House of Assembly as your representative.

My committment to my constituents is to be open and approachable, and to provide assistance and support to all residents of Colchester North. I invite you to share your ideas, concerns and/or questions. Together we can seek solutions.

Please visit our site later this month to see a great new redesign !

Karen Casey

Balamore Farm - Great Village
Five Islands
Millen Farms - Great Village
Charles Hill and Sons Ltd. Farm
Patterson Wharf - Tatamagouche
Veterans Memorial Park - Bass River
Balamore Farm - Great Village- family owned by Joe and Carolyn Cooper located on 1000 acres overlooking the Bay of Fundy - began producing strawberry plants in 1990 and in 2000 expanded to include field grown perennials - currently producing 1 million bare roots for sale throughout Canada and the United States

After the Bell Program PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 20 April 2016 11:59

The importance of physical activity in youth 12 -15 years of age has been recognized by the Liberal Government and we are investing $282 000 in projects throughout the province. After the Bell Programs that are supported through this investment, focus on youth who are participating in hockey, swimming, rock climbing, skating, outdoor trails and other recreational sport activities.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 20 April 2016 12:03
Seniors Pharmacare PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 22:48

Our Government recognized that many low income seniors were struggling to pay for the increased costs of prescription drugs and many were making tough decisions about whether to buy food or medications. This is unfair, unacceptable, and just not right. To that end, we have introduced changes to the Seniors’ Pharmacare program which will provide relief and support for our friends, families and neighbours who may be in this situation. Those changes are effective April 1, 2016 and I am proud to be part of a Government that has responded in such a positive way.

During the planning for other changes to the Seniors’ Pharmacare program, concerns were raised by other seniors regarding the impact this may have on them. To that end, Premier Stephen McNeil has committed to further consultations with seniors across the province to ensure that they become part of the solution. Our Premier has spoken to Nova Scotians through an open letter (see below) as well as a news release to help clarify our position and to reinforce our support for low income seniors.

Premier's Open Letter (pdf) CLICK HERE

News Release CLICK HERE

Education World Forum PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 22:06

Education, according to the Canadian Constitution, is the responsibility of the provinces and territories. To that end, there is no federal department or federal minister. However, the framework that does exist includes a council of provincial ministers, known as the CMEC (Council of Ministers of Education Canada). The Council meets regularly to share concerns, best practices and solutions to common problems. Although each province and territory may have circumstances specific to their own geography, the one common priority is quality education for our students.


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