Elections Nova Scotia July 30, 2016 ELECTIONS NOVA SCOTIA — The Chief Electoral Officer has received the order in council...Read More »
At approximately 12:30 this morning a suspect entered a business located in the 5700 block of West Street in Halifax. He approached the...Read More »
Government is contributing to the growth of communities by investing in upgrades to existing facilities across the province.Energy Minister Michel Samson, on behalf of Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Tony Ince, announced today, July 29, a...Read More »
Le gouvernement contribue à la croissance des collectivités par des investissements pour la mise à niveau des installations communautaires à l'échelle de la province.
Michel Samson, ministre de...Read More »
Halifax Regional Police patrol officers have arrested a man in connection with eleven shoplifting incidents that occurred throughout July. Between...Read More »
COLCHESTER COUNTY: Alton Road
Alton Road, from Trunk 2 to 650 metres south of the Colverdale Road is reduced to one lane for paving until Friday, Aug. 19. Expect delays.
Work takes place from sunrise to sunset....Read More »
A unique opportunity to experience life on-board the Bluenose II sailing ship is available to the public.The Bluenose II is offering Nova Scotians the chance to be a deckhand for a day aboard the ship. People will learn how to steer the ship, tie...Read More »
A significant amount of illegal tobacco has been taken off the street following a six-month operation by Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.On Tuesday, July 26, in the Lakeside area of Halifax Regional Municipality, two...Read More »
Visitation to Nova Scotia is up for the first half of 2016, according to results released today, July 29, by Tourism Nova Scotia.
From January to June 2016, non-resident overnight visitation increased eight per cent compared to the same period...Read More »
An independent Nova Scotia human rights board of inquiry in the case of Sandra Wakeham v. Nova Scotia Department of Environment, is scheduled to reconvene Tuesday, Aug. 2.The board of inquiry will begin at 2 p.m. at the Nova Scotia Human Rights...Read More »