Nova Scotia throne speech says help for adult learners, first-time homebuyers

HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's Liberal government tabled its second throne speech Thursday, drawing a scathing review from opposition parties who described it as "thin soup" filled with "bromides, abstractions and generalities."

The speech, read in the legislature by Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant, largely touted the government's achievements over its three years in power, but offered few new major initiatives.

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