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The Nova Scotia government's public accounts committee heard from key health officials this morning on issues and recommendations contained in the provincial auditor general's report.

Public accounts committee heard from government health officials today

Janet Knox, CEO of the Nova Scotia Health Authority, is speaking today before the provincial government's public accounts committee. (CBC)

The Nova Scotia government's public accounts committee heard from key health officials this morning on issues and recommendations contained in the provincial auditor general's report.

Peter Vaughan, the deputy minister of Department of Health and Wellness, and Janet Knox, president and CEO of the Nova Scotia Health Authority, spoke before the committee today.

The CBC's Jean Laroche live blogged from Province House.

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