Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Premier McNeil stands with recipients Karl Curtis (husband of the late Anne Curtis), Nicole Foran and Jerry Spargo, and Hugh Laurence, chair of the advisory committee.
    2016 Medal of Bravery Recipients Honoured

    Three heroes were honoured with a Medal of Bravery at a ceremony held today, Sept. 28, at Province House in Halifax.

  2. Provincial Parks are welcoming people to use their shower facilities and access drinking water
    Response to Water Shortage Continues

    The province continues to support Nova Scotians affected by the water shortage, along with municipalities and community partners.

  3. Timberlea-Prospect MLA Iain Rankin helps Ruth Zwicker board the BayRides bus which serves St. Margaret's Bay area. He announced funding for the service on behalf of Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill.
    Public Transit Funding for Rural Communities

    BayRides, a transit service in the St. Margarets Bay area of Halifax Regional Municipality, is receiving $48,095 to continue helping rural residents get around. The service provides door-to-door transportation to places users need to reach.

  4. More immigrants made Nova Scotia their home in the first six months of 2016 than in all of last year or in any of the past 10 years.
    Immigration at 10-Year High

    More immigrants made Nova Scotia their home in the first six months of 2016 than in all of last year or in any of the past 10 years.

  5. Premier Stephen McNeil announced the Study and Stay following a visit to a Nova Scotia curriculum high school in Suzhou, China.
    Program Attracts International Students to Study and Stay

    Nova Scotia is launching a new pilot program to help recruit and retain international post-secondary students from key markets.

  6. Nova Scotia youth will benefit from a $15.2 million investment that will help construct a Trades Innovation Centre at the Nova Scotia Community College Pictou Campus.
    Governments Invest in Infrastructure at Nova Scotia Community College Pictou Campus

    Nova Scotia youth will benefit from a $15.2 million investment that will help construct a Trades Innovation Centre at the Nova Scotia Community College Pictou Campus.

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  • QEII Redevelopment

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  • Budget 2016-2017

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  • Student Assistance

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