Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant reads a speech from the throne last November.
    Second Session of the 62nd General Assembly Speech from the Throne

    Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant reads the speech from the throne at the opening of the second session of the 62nd General Assembly of Nova Scotia.

  2. Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell, left, and Rick Giffin, of CBCL Limited, talk at the reconstruction site of the LaPanche Aboiteau near Amherst.
    Contracts Awarded to Replace LaPlanche Aboiteau

    Government announced today, Sept. 23, that it has signed contracts worth $5 million to allow work to begin to replace the LaPlanche Aboiteau in Cumberland County.

  3. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey interacts with children at the new Early Years Centre for Yarmouth Central School.
    Early Years Centre Opens in Yarmouth

    Families in Yarmouth and surrounding areas, now have access to more services and supports for young children because of the new Early Years Centre for Yarmouth Central School.

  4. Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia's chief public health officer, chats with keynote speakers Dr. Trevor Hancock and Brenda Zimmerman.
    Nova Scotians Attend Thrive! Summit

    About 400 Nova Scotians are attending the first Thrive! Summit to help create healthier communities across the province.

  5. Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine announced Janet Knox as the president and CEO of Nova Scotia's new provincial health authority.
    Government Announces CEO Designate for New Health Authority

    Nova Scotia's new provincial health authority is going to be led by Janet Knox, a registered nurse and senior health executive with leadership experience in Nova Scotia, Canada and overseas.

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