Projects aimed at helping break down barriers to transportation and helping youth learn about farming and growing community food security are some of the 49 projects sharing $600,000 in the first year of the Building Vibrant Communities grants program.
Nova Scotia students earned an Entrepreneurship Award of Excellence for their innovative business ideas during an awards ceremony, Wednesday, April 25, at Saint Mary’s University Sobey School of Business.
Changes to the Solemnization of Marriage Act, introduced last fall, will come into effect on May 1.
On April 27, 2014, Mandi was recognized by the province of Nova Scotia for selflessly giving the gift of life.
Spring is here, and with it warmer temperatures and more time outside.
After approving four new doctors through the new Physician Immigration Stream, a team led by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, will be in Dublin and London this week to continue promoting Nova Scotia and attracting more doctors to the province.
There are new pre-primary classes in our communities starting in September. As many of you know, the Province launched a new pre-primary program in many schools across the province last September. This program will continue to expand to cover more schools and will be rolled out province wide by September 2020. I am pleased to […]
Growing and producing world-class wines is the focus of the province’s first Grape and Wine Networking Conference on Saturday, April 21, in Wolfville.
Child care centres across the province are converting 570 spaces to support families with infants, toddlers and after school care, thanks to federal-provincial funding.
Nova Scotia has passed its recreational cannabis legislation, the Cannabis Control Act.