The Nova Scotia House of Assembly is accepting applications for the 2019/2020 Legislative Page Program.
This wednesday (November 28, 2018) at 1:55pm a test of the public emergency alerting system will take place.
Government has launched a five-year action plan to get Nova Scotians moving more and sitting less.
Ten pre-primary locations across the province will pilot a new, on-site, before and after program for pre-primary children, focused on physical activity and outdoor play.
Government wants to hear from parents and guardians as it prepares to make improvements to the public school bus system.
Government is offering students an opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills and receive $1,000 to help turn their business ideas into reality.
Nova Scotia will soon be the first province in Canada to designate a month celebrating its Lebanese culture and heritage.
Companies in Nova Scotia’s energy sector will continue to provide opportunities for students and recent graduates with support from government through the Energy Training Program.
Nova Scotia’s provincial parks welcomed a record number of campers in 2018.
General deer hunting season in Nova Scotia begins Friday, Oct. 26, and continues to Saturday, Dec. 1.