Spring means warmer temperatures in Nova Scotia, which means everyone is encouraged to do tick checks after spending time outdoors.
Justice Minister Mark Furey has directed police across the province to suspend street checks of pedestrians and passengers in motor vehicles
The Nova Scotia House of Assembly tartan was unveiled on April 5th at Province House.
The Province has expanded children’s dental coverage to include certain preventative treatments that allow us to get ahead of dental issues before they start.
A new private-sector partnership will see the installation of Canada’s first dedicated emergency department MRI scanner at the QEII Health Sciences Centre.
“Once complete, this work will mean clients can apply for supports and work with their caseworkers without having to visit department offices.” — Kelly Regan, Minister of Community Services
More immigrants have been approved to make Nova Scotia their home in 2018 than ever before. The Province approved 2,272 people to come through immigration programs, up from 1,651 in 2017.
Nova Scotians are invited to help advance work toward a barrier-free province.
Impaired driving increases over the holidays, please arrange for a designated driver or call a cab if you consume alcohol or cannabis this holiday season.
From skill development, to active living, to making travel more accessible, government released an 18-month progress report on SHIFT: Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for an Aging Population