Health care dominates Nova Scotia election campaign as it enters its final week

Health care continues to dominate the Nova Scotia campaign as it enters its final week.

The Liberals say they will invest $100 million over the next four years to improve access to health care and cut waitlists.

They say the Progressive Conservative plan for improving health care "doesn't stack up" and is short on details.

But Tory Leader Jamie Baillie is pledging to fix the province's "broken system" and is holding a health care rally Wednesday to outline his plan.

The NDP is promising to open a pilot mental health hub in Sydney, reverse cuts to community support groups and invest in a mental health and addictions strategy.