Laura Moore was born in Halifax and grew up on the West Side of New Glasgow, which she will always consider home. After graduating from North Nova Education Centre in 2014, she went onto earn a Bachelor of Arts in History from Acadia University.
After finishing at Acadia, she worked as a Specific Claims Researcher for the Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq and then in customer service for O’Regan’s Automotive Group. In 2020, she enrolled in the Public Relations Advanced Diploma program at NSCC, which she completed in June, 2021. She has volunteered with various organizations including ElderDog Canada and Feed NS. She also sat on the planning committee for the 2021 Gaelic Nova Scotia Month.
Laura firmly believes in accessibility for all, and a green future. She knows that we must preserve the incredible natural environment of our province and hold industries accountable for their environmental impact. Healthcare is another important issue on Laura’s mind. She believes that every Nova Scotian deserves access to the physical and mental health services that they need. As a renter herself, she also firmly believes that permanent rent control measures need to be brought into place in our province.
Laura loves to read, bake, swim in the ocean, and spend time in nature. She has hiked trails around the province, but Trenton Park will always be her favourite place to walk in the forest.
Contact Laura’s campaign at firstname.lastname@example.org