Grade 12 students across Nova Scotia planning to pursue post-secondary studies in creative arts, are encouraged to apply for the Minister’s Awards for Creative Excellence in the Arts.
Nova Scotians will enjoy a little more sunlight when the clocks move forward into daylight time this weekend.
Crews are safely working to restore power outages caused by strong winds and blowing snow affecting approximately 16,000 customers, primarily in HRM and the southwestern areas of the province.
Please be advised that the municipal overnight winter parking ban will be enforced overnight from 1 a.m. to 6 a.m. to allow crews to properly clear the streets and sidewalks.
Snow will change to rain this afternoon or this evening over mainland Nova Scotia.
The province will add 130 new pre-primary classes this fall, in 87 school communities across Nova Scotia.
Equality is more than just rhetoric. It makes for a stronger Nova Scotia. Women and girls make up 51 per cent of Nova Scotia’s population.
Government will help more families across the province by creating up to 1,000 new regulated child care spaces as part of a $8.9-million investment.
The Halifax Convention Centre has reached substantial completion, a milestone for the state-of-the-art, modern event space.
Government introduced an Education Reform Act today, March 1, in the legislature.The act will strengthen the education system and establish a foundation for other improvements, including the Commission on Inclusive Education.