today’s Caller in the CMA-CGM Columbus Loop service is CMA-CGM Ivanhoe. Built in 2008, sheis flagged in...Read More »
The bulker RADCLIFFE R. LATIMER spent a few days tied up at Pier 25/26 before moving to National Gypsum Mid afternoon. built in 1978 as Algobay, she also was chartered to CSL from 94-97 as Atlantic Trader. She was rebuilt…
Effective 12:01 a.m., Monday, April 23, spring weight restrictions will be removed from the following counties and municipality in Nova Scotia:-- Annapolis County-- Digby County-- Halifax Regional Municipality-- Hants County-- Kings County--...Read More »
CONTINUING WORK---CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Nappan Marsh (Rainbow) Bridge, Trunk 2Nappan 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 Road and...Read More »
Growing and producing world-class wines is the focus of the province’s first Grape and Wine Networking Conference on Saturday, April 21, in Wolfville.
“Revenue generated by Nova Scotia wines reached $20.7 million in 2016-17,...Read More »
Premier Stephen McNeil announced a pending change in his office staff, today, April 19.
Stephen Moore, director of communications, is moving to the private sector.
“Stephen has been a dedicated, versatile member of our team since...Read More »
Nova Scotia has passed its recreational cannabis legislation, the Cannabis Control Act. Two parts of the legislation are now in effect.
Landlords now have the authority to amend existing leases to put reasonable rules in place about...Read More »
Child care centres across the province are converting 570 spaces to support families with infants, toddlers and after school care, thanks to federal-provincial funding.
Government announced today, April 19, it will help 51 centres and...Read More »
NOTE: A list of companies exhibiting in the Nova Scotia pavilion and observing at the show follows this release.
Nova Scotia’s reputation as Canada’s leading seafood exporter will be front and centre at Seafood Expo Global in... Read More »
The spring 2018 sitting of the 63rd General Assembly included a balanced budget that invests in Nova Scotians’ priorities in health care, education and inclusive economic growth.
The sitting wrapped up today, April 18.
“We...Read More »