With Monday being Labour Day, the port is basically closed. the Cruise Ship Veendam is the only scheduled caller today. Several vessels were able to work on Saturday and Sunday CMA CGM Loire, and Arica made stops at Halterm on Saturday. Loire...Read More »
CONTINUING WORK---COLCHESTER COUNTY: Bible HillVimy Road, Bible Hill, from College Road to Brookside Road, for about two kilometres is reduced to one lane for patching and paving until Friday, Sept. 7.Work takes place from daylight to...Read More »
NOTE: The following is a statement from Premier Stephen McNeil.
This Sunday, Sept. 2, marks the 20th anniversary of the crash of Swissair Flight 111 just off Nova Scotia’s shores.
The 229 souls lost that night were not from Nova...Read More »
Access to naloxone and treatment, shorter waitlists and wait times, and more funding for community-based harm reduction are among key government actions and investments completed in the first year of the Opioid Use and Overdose Framework.... Read More »
Residents in Northern Nova Scotia will have more ways to walk or cycle to key areas in their communities with support from the province's sustainable transportation grant program, Connect2.
Finance Minister Karen Casey, on behalf of Energy and...Read More »
The province is taking steps to explore new economic opportunities for the DSME Trenton site in Trenton, Pictou Co.
A court-appointed receiver will transfer ownership of DSME Trenton lands to Nova Scotia Lands Incorporated effective Sept. 7,...Read More »
NOTE: The following is a statement from Labour and Advanced Education Minister Labi Kousoulis.
As Labour Day approaches, I want to take this opportunity to recognize the efforts and accomplishments of hard-working Nova Scotians across the... Read More »
Post media is reporting that the Federal Government is expecting the first AOPS to be delivered the First week of October. this is a feat, as its only expected to be launched in September. Curiously, Last week the Halifax Examiner quoted Sean Lewis,...Read More »
More support is coming for Nova Scotians living with an acquired brain injury.
An investment of $5 million will help fund initiatives recommended by the acquired brain injury advisory committee, an effort co-led by the Department of Health...Read More »
Halifax residents will have more walking, cycling and other emission-reducing transportation options with support from the province's sustainable transportation grant program, Connect2.
Clayton Park West MLA Rafah DiCostanzo, on behalf of...Read More »