Government of Nova Scotia
- Viola Desmond, First Canadian Woman to Appear on a Banknote
Viola Desmond, African Nova Scotian and civil rights leader, will be the first Canadian woman to appear on the face of a banknote in the country.
- Nova Scotians Remember Women Who Lost Their Lives to Gender Violence
Nova Scotians gathered to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.
- Commemorating 100th Anniversary of Halifax Explosion
Nova Scotians are encouraged to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion in 2017 and its impact on the province through a campaign launched in Boston as part of the annual tree- lighting events.
- Province Marks HIV-AIDS Awareness Week and World AIDS Day
A red-ribbon flag has been raised at Province House in Halifax to honour those living with HIV and AIDS and those lives that have been lost, commencing HIV/AIDS Awareness Week.
Health care needs are evolving and it’s time to change. In order to meet patient needs, the QEII redevelopment involves moving out of the Centennial and Victoria buildings and into different locations. These will include renovated spaces, expansions, and additions.
Make It HereConnecting workers with help to enter the workforce and employers with supports to hire and train.
The official tourism website for Nova Scotia, Canada.
Making government data easier to access for individuals, businesses, and researchers.
Budget 2016-2017 focuses on the things that truly matter to Nova Scotians—growth, opportunities for youth, skills and jobs training, education, and health care.
Nova Scotia graduates can now apply to have government pay the interest on their provincial student loans.
Voici une liste des ministères, des offices, et des organismes du gouvernement de la Nouvelle-Écosse qui offrent des services et de l'information en français.
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