Recreation and Parks Month is a national movement to increase awareness about the benefits and importance of recreation and parks and encourage citizens to become more active and engaged in their communities.
Parents of Grade 4 students should be watching their kids’ backpacks for a passport to camping.
On Thursday, May 24 evening we celebrated 15 years of recognizing deserving volunteers who give generously to help others. The event spotlighted 8 members of the Mainland North community for their outstanding contributions to the community! It was a wonderful night and we were inspired by the volunteer efforts of these very special volunteers. Music […]
Eleven companies will be honoured for their success in exporting at the Nova Scotia Export Achievement Awards, June 12.
With road construction season underway, the province and the Nova Scotia Road Builders Association are urging people to drive carefully in highway work zones.
Nearly all provincial day-use parks and several camping parks opened last Friday.
Nova Scotians are invited to participate in the 150th anniversary of the Nova Scotia Museum (NSM) now, though the fall.
Nova Scotians with disabilities will benefit from more day programming activities that build skills and provide more opportunities for recreation in their communities as part of government’s commitment to accessibility.
Victoria Day long weekend means road trips, camping and opening the cottage for many Nova Scotians. Travellers should plan for safe travel and expect increased traffic from all types of vehicles including motorcycles, recreational vehicles and trailers.
Nova Scotia joined the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) Inc. as the province develops a new cap and trade carbon pricing program, required by the federal government by the end of the year.