The province has granted Lafarge Canada Inc. industrial approval to use tires as a low-carbon fuel at its Brookfield cement plant in Colchester County. The industrial approval will allow the company to operate the project over a 12-month...Read More »
Nova Scotians have an opportunity to serve their community and grow their careers by becoming a member of one of the province’s 150 agencies, boards or commissions. Applications are now being accepted and all residents of the province...Read More »
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(Above) 5 Ships are packed in at the terminals, bringing over 11000 passengers to port today. (Above) Norwegian Dawn at pier 20 taking bunkers from Algoma Dartmouth. (below) Royal Caribbeans Anthem of the Seas at Pier 22. AidaDiva (Left) Norwegian...Read More »
HMCS Sackville Re-entered the water this morning, and was floated off the synchrolift at the dockyard. Today saw the successful relaunch of @HMCSSACKVILLE1 after her ~9 month long docking period. I’m working on an update of my earlier...Read More »
Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) has announced a newly approved production through the Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund today, Oct. 9.
The television series, Curse of Oak Island Season 6, produced by Tell Tale...Read More »
Air, sea and army cadets will celebrate Cadet Day at a flag raising ceremony at Province House in Halifax on Saturday, Oct. 6.
Under the Sea, Army, Air and Navy League Cadets Day Act, the first Saturday in October is recognized...Read More »
CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: John Joe Gillis Bridge
John Joe Gillis Bridge on Route 216 (Eskasoni Road) between civic numbers 440 and 539 will be closed for repairs until Tuesday, Oct. 9. Detour...Read More »
Nova Scotia will be represented in the United Kingdom (U.K.) and Ireland next week in efforts to attract more family doctors and specialists to the province. Fourteen new doctors have already been approved through the new Physician...Read More »
Six extraordinary Nova Scotians who have contributed greatly to their communities, people and culture will be invested into the Order of Nova Scotia this year.
Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc, Chancellor of the Order of Nova Scotia, made...Read More »