Suzanne Lohnes-Croft

MLA Lunenburg

SUZANNE

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The Honourable Member for Lunenburg, Suzanne Lohnes-Croft Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage & Gaelic Affairs, Former Deputy Speaker

A long-time resident of Mahone Bay,Suzanne attended the “old” Mahone Bay School, and later Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax. As an Early Childhood Educator, She taught at Point Pleasant Child Care Centre and the Mount Saint Vincent Child Study Centre. In 1989, she returned to Mahone Bay with her husband Ken and together they raised their three sons Dan, Sam and Jake in rural Nova Scotia. Suzanne and Ken are also grandparents to their granddaughters Roni, Rosie and Goldie Lin. 

Over the years, Suzanne has taught Nursery School and has served as a Library Clerk/Story Teller. Presently, she is on leave as a Program Support Assistant for the South Shore Regional School Board.

In 2010 she received a provincial volunteer award recognizing her years of service to the community and beyond. In 2010 she also received the Representative Volunteer award for the Town of Mahone Bay/Province of Nova Scotia.

Suzanne has served as the MLA for Lunenburg since October 2013.

Services in the community

  • Chair, Town of Mahone Bay Sustainability Steering Committee
  • Secretary, Board of Directors, Mahone Bay Centre
  • Chair, Church Council, Trinity United Church, Mahone Bay
  • Director, Mahone Bay Tennis Club
  • President, Home & School, Bayview Community School
  • Committee Member, Mahone Bay Seniors Project
  • Member-at-large of the Three Churches Foundation

Standing Comittees

  • Human Resources (Vice Chair)
  • Public Accounts
  • Law Amendments
  • Health Committee (Vice Chair)
  • Natural Resources and Economic Development (Chair)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

62nd General Assembly, Third Session

Dated: Oct. 18, 2016


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9 hours ago

Hon. Suzanne Lohnes-Croft, MLA Lunenburg

Nova Scotia has 19 active cases of COVID-19. One new case is being reported today, Jan. 24.

The case is in Central Zone and involves a Dalhousie University student. The student, who lives off-campus, is from Nova Scotia and self-isolating now as required. The case is under investigation.

"A low number of cases is encouraging, but we are seeing that some of the recent cases are more complex than others," said Premier Stephen McNeil. "It's another reminder that we need to stay vigilant to contain the virus - limit our social contacts, keep a social distance, wear a mask, stay home if feeling unwell and follow all the other public health measures."

On Jan. 22, Nova Scotia announced a modest easing of restrictions that will come into effect Monday, Jan. 25: novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20210122005 . Recognizing the challenges of the pandemic, a change has been made to allow mental health and addictions support groups to meet in groups of up to 25 instead of 10, with physical distancing. This also comes into effect Jan. 25.

Nova Scotia Health Authority's labs completed 1,093 Nova Scotia tests on Jan. 23.

Since Oct. 1, Nova Scotia has completed 151,573 tests. There have been 482 positive COVID-19 cases and no deaths. No one is currently in hospital. Cases range in age from under 10 to over 70. Four hundred and sixty-six cases are now resolved. Cumulative cases may change as data is updated in Panorama
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Nova Scotia has 19 active cases of COVID-19. One new case is being reported today, Jan. 24.

The case is in Central Zone and involves a Dalhousie University student. The student, who lives off-campus, is from Nova Scotia and self-isolating now as required. The case is under investigation.

A low number of cases is encouraging, but we are seeing that some of the recent cases are more complex than others, said Premier Stephen McNeil. Its another reminder that we need to stay vigilant to contain the virus - limit our social contacts, keep a social distance, wear a mask, stay home if feeling unwell and follow all the other public health measures.

On Jan. 22, Nova Scotia announced a modest easing of restrictions that will come into effect Monday, Jan. 25: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20210122005 . Recognizing the challenges of the pandemic, a change has been made to allow mental health and addictions support groups to meet in groups of up to 25 instead of 10, with physical distancing. This also comes into effect Jan. 25.

Nova Scotia Health Authoritys labs completed 1,093 Nova Scotia tests on Jan. 23. 

Since Oct. 1, Nova Scotia has completed 151,573 tests. There have been 482 positive COVID-19 cases and no deaths. No one is currently in hospital. Cases range in age from under 10 to over 70. Four hundred and sixty-six cases are now resolved. Cumulative cases may change as data is updated in Panorama

1 day ago

Hon. Suzanne Lohnes-Croft, MLA Lunenburg

No new cases are being reported today, Jan. 23. Nova Scotia has 20 active cases of COVID-19.

“Nova Scotians can be proud of the work they’re doing to keep our case numbers low,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “We need to stay the course -- following public health protocols and being kind to each other -- to keep the virus from spreading like we’ve seen in other provinces during the second wave of the pandemic.”

On Jan. 22, Nova Scotia announced a modest easing of restrictions that will come into effect Monday, Jan. 25: novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20210122005 . Recognizing the challenges of the pandemic, a change has been made to allow mental health and addictions support groups to meet in groups of up to 25 instead of 10, with social distancing. This also comes into effect Monday.

Nova Scotia Health Authority's labs completed 1,438 Nova Scotia tests on Jan. 22.

Since Oct. 1, Nova Scotia has completed 150,480 tests. There have been 481 positive COVID-19 cases and no deaths. No one is currently in hospital. Cases range in age from under 10 to over 70. Four hundred and sixty-one cases are now resolved. Cumulative cases may change as data is updated in Panorama.
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No new cases are being reported today, Jan. 23. Nova Scotia has 20 active cases of COVID-19.

“Nova Scotians can be proud of the work they’re doing to keep our case numbers low,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “We need to stay the course -- following public health protocols and being kind to each other -- to keep the virus from spreading like we’ve seen in other provinces during the second wave of the pandemic.”

On Jan. 22, Nova Scotia announced a modest easing of restrictions that will come into effect Monday, Jan. 25: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20210122005 . Recognizing the challenges of the pandemic, a change has been made to allow mental health and addictions support groups to meet in groups of up to 25 instead of 10, with social distancing. This also comes into effect Monday.

Nova Scotia Health Authoritys labs completed 1,438 Nova Scotia tests on Jan. 22.

Since Oct. 1, Nova Scotia has completed 150,480 tests. There have been 481 positive COVID-19 cases and no deaths. No one is currently in hospital. Cases range in age from under 10 to over 70. Four hundred and sixty-one cases are now resolved. Cumulative cases may change as data is updated in Panorama.

Calling all young people aged 15-29 in Lunenburg County! Hope you can join us for this virtual Vital Conversation on February 9th @ 2:30 pm. To register, please e-mail: [email protected] ...

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