Legislation and new regulations that strengthen accountability for companies operating in offshore Nova Scotia come into effect today, Feb. 26.Amendments to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation (Nova Scotia) Act...Read More »
Nine Nova Scotia community organizations have received funding for 17 projects through the Gaelic Language in Communities Program.
The program helps non-profit organizations with projects to increase opportunities for people to learn and speak...Read More »
Environment Minister Margaret Miller has issued ministerial orders to past operators of the now closed RDM Recycling facility in Halifax Regional Municipality to assess and repair the environmental impacts from activities that affected residential...Read More »
NOTE: The following is a feature story to celebrate African Heritage Month.
Viola Cain has gained a lot of wisdom from loving more than a hundred foster children.
For starters, she's learned to cope with many different nicknames earned...Read More »
DIGBY COUNTY: Salmon River Bridge
The Salmon River Bridge on Trunk 1 in Salmon River is reduced to one lane for repairs until further notice.
The bridge has an 18 tonne weight restriction. Vehicles over 18...Read More »
The Province of Nova Scotia today, Feb. 26, honoured Canadians who served in the Gulf War on the 25th anniversary of the liberation of Kuwait."The Government of Nova Scotia joins with the Canadian Armed Forces in marking the 25th Anniversary of the...Read More »
A unique approach to supporting parents with culturally relevant programs is being developed with African Nova Scotian families and government.Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage and African Nova Scotian Affairs Tony Ince, on behalf of...Read More »
Business Minister Mark Furey confirmed today, Feb. 25, that Nova Scotia's six provincial visitor information centres will remain open. They will continue to be operated and administered by the province.Over the past year, Tourism Nova Scotia...Read More »
The Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) released its third quarter results today, Feb. 25, for Sept. 28 to Dec. 27, 2015. Compared to the same period last year, net income was $64.4 million, up $2.4 million, while total sales were up $2.8 million...Read More »
Creating a video that promotes belonging and acceptance, sharing experiences with Autism Spectrum Disorder with classmates, and hosting campaigns that focus on local and global issues are among the ways Nova Scotia students are making a... Read More »