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 »
Two Nova Scotia appointments that bring a combined 60 years of relevant experience to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board were approved today, Feb. 23, by the province’s standing committee on human resources.
Appointed were...Read More »
Monte Carlo fundraising seminars will be held across the province to support charitable organizations and community groups to raise funds in their communities. This is through the Nova Scotia Provincial Lotteries and Casino Corporation's...Read More »
A precautionary boil water advisory issued for parts of Chester has now been lifted. The Department of Environment issued the advisory on Feb. 3 after bacteria was found through testing of a dug well on Pleasant Street. The issue was the result of...Read More »
Families living in the Spryfield area of Halifax Regional Municipality will gain access to the Parenting Journey program as part of Stronger Families Nova Scotia, a provincial expansion of support for parents and children.Brendan Maguire, MLA...Read More »
Nova Scotians are asked to nominate, or re-nominate individuals deserving of the Order of Nova Scotia, the province's highest honour. Nominations for the Order will be accepted until Friday, March 18. Recipients of the Order are chosen for making...Read More »
Spring weight restrictions on all provincial roads will begin on Feb. 29, starting at 12:01 a.m.Heavy commercial vehicles will not be allowed to travel on specified roads throughout the province. The weight restrictions on heavy trucks are necessary...Read More »
COLCHESTER COUNTY: Balfron Bridge
The Balfron Bridge, over the Waugh River on Route 311 loop to Murphy Road, is closed, except to local traffic, for repairs until Friday, Feb. 26.
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