Nova Scotia public libraries will keep children, teens and families learning, reading and engaged over the summer with everything from gaming to Lego robotics, craft programs, outdoor activities, engineering challenges, reptile exhibits, cooking, contests, prizes and more.
Category: Government Updates
Families living within a school community offering the Pre-primary Program who wish to register their child, can do so by contacting their local Regional Centre for Education or the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial.
The Department of Health and Wellness is taking action to improve wound care in long-term care facilities and ensure consistent standards across the province.
Older Nova Scotians and their families now have better access to up-to-date information about programs and services for seniors in the 2018 Positive Aging Directory.
With summer fast approaching, Nova Scotians will be spending more time at the cottage, going to the beach and barbequing.
The rights of service dog users to live, shop, commute and access the same places and services as other Nova Scotians will be protected when legislation comes into effect on June 27.
Nova Scotia Power set to roll out smart meters following UARB approval.
Hundreds of adults from Yarmouth to Sydney are receiving their adult high school diplomas this month, helping to connect them to higher education and better job opportunities at home.
Nova Scotia’s museums, heritage sites and public libraries have planned a series of programs and activities that will keep Nova Scotians and visitors entertained all summer long.
Community groups working to reduce poverty and help people find jobs can now apply for a Building Vibrant Communities grant.