Government of Nova Scotia

  1. A woman looks at a floor plan for the clinic.
    Shelburne Health Centre Approved for Final Design

    A much-needed new clinic for Shelburne-area residents will soon enter the final stages of development. It will move into the final design phase, with construction expected to begin next spring.

  2. Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill laugh with Fire Marshal Harold Pothier and Fire Chiefs Scott Killam and Earle Raynard.
    First Responders to Purchase New Equipment

    First responders will be better equipped to respond to emergencies with about $500,000 in investments under the provincial Emergency Services Provider Fund.

  3. The new Read Local app.
    More Atlantic Canadian ebooks for Library Users

    The Nova Scotia Provincial Library, Halifax Public Libraries, and the Atlantic Publishers Marketing Association have collaborated to provide greater access to the region's ebooks through a project called Read Local.

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