Each year, a group of individuals is recognized for their outstanding contributions to the province by receiving the Order of Nova Scotia. Past recipients have come from all walks of life, from all corners of the province and nominations are now being accepted for this year’s ceremony.
Category: Government Updates
People living on low to moderate incomes now have increased access to affordable housing in Halifax with the reopening of 22-24 Evans Ave. The extensive renovation of two buildings provides 27 units of safe and secure housing to new residents.
The following is an op-ed piece from Zach Churchill, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development. Everything we do, every action, every decision we make is for the benefit of our kids.
The following is a statement from Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Zach Churchill.
Nova Scotians can share their thoughts and comments to help shape the province’s 2018-19 budget and future budgets.
Changes to Nova Scotia’s Child Care Subsidy Program, effective Feb. 1 means eligible families across the province will receive more funding toward the cost of regulated child care.
Companies in Nova Scotia’s energy sector will continue to connect young people to jobs with support from government through the Energy Training Program.
Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc and Mrs. LeBlanc invite Nova Scotians and visitors to join them for the Winter 2018 Series of Evenings at Government House.
Nova Scotians are invited to join our province’s famous groundhog at the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park for a centuries-old weather forecasting tradition on Friday, Feb. 2.
Government’s changes to the education system will provide more support for students and give communities more input.