New changes announced today, Dec. 6, will make it easier for harvesters, producers and members of the fishing and aquaculture industries to grow their businesses.
“Fishing and aquaculture are the backbone of the province,...Read More »
Government is making changes to support Nova Scotia parents and their families and victims of domestic violence.
Effective Jan. 1, government is eliminating the eligibility period in the Labour Standards Code to qualify for...Read More »
Lottery tickets are go-to stocking stuffers for many Nova Scotians during the holidays, but parents, caregivers, family members and friends are reminded not to gift lottery tickets or encourage lottery play with minors....Read More »
Government will work with Mi’kmaw and African Nova Scotian organizations to develop new supports for survivors of gender-based violence and their families.
The project, called Creating Communities of Care Through a...Read More »
Nova Scotians can help improve a program for voluntary exclusion from casinos by sharing their feedback.
An online consultation begins today, Dec. 3 and continues until Monday, Dec. 31.
“We are committed to...Read More »
Government’s changes to forest practices will increase ecological protection and biodiversity, and lead the province to a more sustainable forestry sector.
The changes follow recommendations by University of King’s...Read More »
Community groups and municipalities across the province are investing in capital improvements to improve accessibility at community and municipal facilities.
Municipal Affairs Minister Chuck Porter, on behalf of Communities,...Read More »
CONTINUING WORK CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge, Trunk 2 Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge over the Nappan River on Trunk 2, outside Amherst, is closed until further notice. A detour is available on Route 302, Southampton...Read More »
The Emergency Management Office has activated the Provincial Coordination Centre because of the storm and power outages that are now impacting the province. For a current list of storm and closure updates, visit...Read More »
Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey raised a flag at Province House today, Nov. 29, to mark HIV/AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day.
This year’s theme, Know Your Status, highlights the importance of prevention,...Read More »