NEW WORK---YARMOUTH COUNTY: Route 3, PubnicoRoute 3, Pubnico, from Ye Old Argyle Road to Route 335 has alternating lane closures for patching and repaving until Friday, Aug. 31. Traffic control signs and personnel are in place. Work takes place from...Read More »
Growing the international export market for cultural businesses, organizations and artists was a key issue discussed at a national meeting of culture ministers this week.
Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister, Leo Glavine, attended the...Read More »
The appointment of two new Crown attorneys in Cape Breton was announced today, June 22, by the Public Prosecution Service.
They are Rochelle Palmer in Sydney and Nicole Campbell in Port Hawkesbury.
“Both Ms. Palmer and Ms. Campbell...Read More »
A new licence plate will recognize the importance of Mi’kmaw heritage and Mi’kmaw youth sport and recreation activities.
“The new Mi’kmaw licence plate is one way we can enhance visibility and appreciation of...Read More »
Nova Scotia’s first Aboriginal Wellness and Gladue Court was officially opened and celebrated in Wagmatcook First Nation today, June 21, marking National Indigenous Peoples Day.
“This new court represents a historic step forward in...Read More »
Government is working with universities, colleges, communities and entrepreneurs on a new economic approach to increase the number of startup companies and increase the number of jobs for Nova Scotians.
“Nova Scotia has great economic...Read More »
Mi’kmaw students attending public schools will continue to receive the programs and services they need to succeed, thanks to a renewed five-year education agreement between the department of Education and Early Childhood Development and... Read More »
New research will create a clearer picture of the oil and gas resource potential that exists off the coast of Nova Scotia.
The province outlined details today, June 20, of how more geoscience work will proceed as part of government’s...Read More »
Queensland Beach Provincial Park near Hubbards, Halifax Regional Municipality, will be closed starting Thursday, June 21 to allow for road construction and parking lot improvements required following damage caused during a winter storm.The closure...Read More »
Nova Scotia representatives will be in the United Kingdom (U.K.) next week to continue promoting Nova Scotia and attracting more doctors to the province. Seven new doctors have already been approved through the new Physician Immigration... Read More »