Amendments to the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) Charter were introduced today, April 15, to allow the municipality to create campaign finance bylaws. "Transparency and accountability are important to citizens and to all levels of government,...Read More »
The government enters the spring sitting of the legislature focused on growing the economy, improving the education system and providing opportunities for youth.The second session of the 62nd general assembly resumed today, April 14. Premier Stephen...Read More »
Legislation, introduced today, April 14, will improve Nova Scotia's competitive position and encourage mineral exploration and development.
The new Mineral Resources Act (2016) strives to ensure a balance between economic development and...Read More »
NOTE: The following is an op-ed piece from Ellie O'Brien, a transplant recipient from Halifax. National Organ and Tissue Donation Awareness Week is April 18-25.
Chronic illness changes a person. It alters your view on life and how you... Read More »
La Province s’affaire à préparer une nouvelle loi pour protéger les Néo-Écossais, peu importe leur âge, contre les effets néfastes de la cyberintimidation.
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The province is working on new legislation to protect Nova Scotians of all ages from the harmful effects of cyberbullying."We all know that sharing hurtful and malicious posts online can have long lasting and devastating impacts on an individual -...Read More »
Premier Stephen McNeil today, April 12, thanked Maureen MacDonald for her service to the province.This morning, Ms. MacDonald resigned as the Halifax Needham MLA after 18 years in office."I've always found Ms. MacDonald to be extremely capable and I...Read More »
Les Néo-Écossais qui souhaitent aider leur collectivité en devenant membres de l'un des 160 organismes, commissions et conseils de la Province peuvent maintenant présenter leur candidature.
Le gouvernement...Read More »
Applications are now being accepted from Nova Scotians looking to help support their communities by serving on one of the province's 160 agencies, boards and commissions. The province's spring recruitment campaign is now underway to let people know...Read More »
Several creative, innovative projects to prevent sexual violence in the Annapolis Valley and South Shore areas are receiving grants through the province's Sexual Violence Strategy.
Keith Irving, MLA Kings South, on behalf of Community Services...Read More »