the sailing yacht Action Arrived this morning and tied up at Purdys Wharf. With Ngoni on the other side, Purdy’s is a great spot to check out some proper...Read More »
The US Navy destroyer, USS ARLEIGH BURKE, around 10:00am in the inner Harbour, and tied up at the Dockyard jetty NB. She was last here for a fuel stop in May...Read More »
Gail Gachilian, chair of an independent board of inquiry in the matter of Warren Reed, Ben Marston, Paul Vienneau, Jeremy MacDonald and Kelly McKenna v. Province of Nova Scotia issued her decision late Thursday, Sept. 6.In her decision, she found...Read More »
Nova Scotia’s entrepreneurs will soon benefit from the lowest incorporation fees in the country.
Service Nova Scotia Minister Geoff MacLellan introduced today, Sept. 7, amendments to the Corporations Registration Act and announced a...Read More »
Develop Nova Scotia will help connect communities and create vibrant places that strengthen the province’s economy.
Minister of Business Geoff MacLellan introduced the Develop Nova Scotia Act today, Sept. 7, formally providing the...Read More »
Crystal Symphony departing Halifax Last night,She sailed from pier 22 at 6:30, and was passing the pilot station just after...Read More »
Preparing for the future: Enhancing programming and services at the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility, Op-Ed
NOTE: The following is an op-ed from Justice Minister Mark Furey.
Over the last few weeks, attention has been focused on Nova Scotia’s largest correctional facility, the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility in Burnside.
How...Read More »
Nova Scotian success stories were highlighted today, Sept. 6, as the second session of the 63rd General Assembly of the Nova Scotia legislature got underway.
Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc read the speech from the throne, which outlined...Read More »
The following is the speech from the throne read today, Sept. 6, 2018, by Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc at the opening of the second session of the 63rd General Assembly of Nova Scotia.
I would like to begin by acknowledging that we are in... Read More »
The British sailing yacht Ngoni was towed in by Captain Jim last night, and tied up at Purdy’s Wharf.From AIS Tracks, she was left Rhode Island, and apparently had an issue of Liscomb NS. She made her way to Halifax, and was towed into the...Read More »