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 »
Le rôle important des comités d'école consultatifs sera davantage renforcé à compter de cette année scolaire. En plus de représenter la voix de la communauté scolaire, les membres des... Read More »
The important role of School Advisory Councils will be further enhanced, beginning this school year. Along with representing the school community voice, council members will manage a budget that supports student achievement and provides advice... Read More »
The Russian icebreaker Akademik Ioffe, operated for One Ocean Expeditions, ran aground in the Arctic on August 24. the ship left Kugaaruk, Nunavut, on Thursday the 23rd, before grounding in the Gulf of Boothia in the early afternoon Friday. AIS...Read More »
the Leeway Striker appeared at COVE over the weekend. A new Acquisition By Leeway Marine, the fast patrol boat was built by RIVERHAWK FAST SEA FRAMES of Tampa Florida. Her jet drives can power her to a top speed of 55knots, or 107km/h. Shes...Read More »
Phase 1 allows for 2 ultra container ships to tie up at Haleterm by further expanding pier 42 seaward. This is viewed as a short term solution to meet current needs. The port projects a second birth will allow the port to expand to 800,000TEU, vs...Read More »
MacLean, Livingstone, Delaney and Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia v. Province of Nova Scotia Hearing Resumes
An independent Nova Scotia human rights board of inquiry in the case of Beth MacLean, Sheila Livingstone, Joseph Delaney and the Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia v. Province of Nova Scotia, will resume on Thursday, Sept. 6 in Halifax.The...Read More »
Students looking to gain work experience and explore careers within their community, now have more opportunities through the new Career Rising program.
The Career Rising program is delivered in partnership with the Nova Scotia Co-operative...Read More »