Shortly before 11 a.m. on Wednesday morning, Halifax District RCMP responded to a male causing a disturbance at businesses on...Read More »
Monday, Oct. 23, has been proclaimed HMCS Kootenay Day in remembrance of the worst peacetime accident in the history of the Royal Canadian Navy.
“We honour the crew of HMCS Kootenay as we remember the terrible casualties on that fateful...Read More »
Investigators with the General Investigation Section of the Integrated Criminal Investigation Division are investigating three robberies that occurred last night. Investigators...Read More »
Update: Halifax District RCMP advises that 16-year-old Cheyenne Hart, who was reported missing earlier today, has been located in Dartmouth...Read More »
General deer hunting season begins in Nova Scotia on Friday, Oct. 27, and continues to Saturday, Dec.2.
"Thousands of people across the province enjoy the traditional activity of deer hunting in the fall," said Margaret Miller, Minister of...Read More »
Nova Scotia is increasing its support for the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Summer Games in Antigonish, Premier Stephen McNeil announced today, Oct. 20.
Additional funding of $500,000 will benefit Special Olympians at these games, and help with...Read More »
Nova Scotia’s small businesses now have greater access to programs that help them hire new talent, improve their operations and build a stronger economy.
Labour and Advanced Education Minister Labi Kousoulis highlighted...Read More »
CONTINUING WORK---ANNAPOLIS COUNTY: Phinney Bridge, Old Mill RoadPhinney Bridge on Old Mill Road in Wilmot, is closed for maintenance work until Friday, Oct. 27.A detour is in place.---CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Mira Gut BridgeThe Mira Gut...Read More »
Starting in December, foster families will receive automatic payments to help cover recreational activities for children and youth in the care of the province.
The quarterly payments will be $90 for children who are four years old or younger,...Read More »
Premier Stephen McNeil tabled a report today, Oct. 20, in the House of Assembly outlining government’s work supporting the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children Restorative Inquiry.
The report, by the Reflection and Action Task Group,...Read More »