The Halifax Convention Centre will host a Welcome Weekend open to the public Jan. 12-14, providing an opportunity to tour the new facility.
Category: Government Updates
Nova Scotia Power and contractor crews continue to make steady progress on restoration efforts.
Approximately 24,000 customers remain without power of the 280,000 who lost service during the storm. As teams access outage sites and field-validate what repairs are needed, estimated restoration times are being updated.
Provincial government offices will open today, Jan. 5, at 10 a.m.
Provincial officials have considered road conditions across the province and know the majority of government office buildings have power.
Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell welcomes harvesters, processors and exporters to the Halifax Convention Centre, Feb. 22-23, to share knowledge and expertise, and hear from experts in supply chain management.
The following is a press release issued by Nova Scotia Power earlier today: — Nova Scotia Power is ramping up the biggest pre-storm mobilization of personnel and resources in the company’s history in advance of a severe winter storm that is forecast to bring hurricane force winds to Nova Scotia tomorrow. This is a bigger storm […]
This has been a year of impressive records and firsts in Nova Scotia.
For Robert Bedard of Scotian Gold in Coldbrook, Kings Co., it was a win-win opportunity he couldn’t pass up: the chance to train students to work in the agricultural field and have them as dedicated employees for five weeks, all with help from the province to pay their salaries.
To all Nova Scotians who’ve already gotten their vaccine – thank you. To those of you who haven’t – it’s not too late.
Nova Scotia will invest $285 million in capital spending on its highways, bridges and roads in 2018-19, $60 million more than this year.