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  1. Tim and Thomas Callahan-Cross with their three sons, Bruno, Jamal and Tyrese. This will be the first time all five will spend Christmas together.
    First Christmas Together

    This will be the first Christmas that adoptive parents Tim and Thomas Callahan-Cross will wake up with all three of their sons – Bruno, Jamal and Tyrese – tucked in under the same roof.

  2. Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard and Lesley Dunn, executive director of the Dartmouth Learning Network, look over a poster for the  Moving on Up: Employment Readiness program.
    Program Will Help Increase Employability

    People needing literacy and skills development as a step toward employment will benefit from provincial funding for the Dartmouth Learning Network's Moving on Up: Employment Readiness program.

  3. Enjoy a Fire-safe Holiday Season

    The holiday season is a great time to cook and decorate with family and friends. It is also a time to pay extra attention to fire safety.

  4. Labour and Advanced Education Minister Kelly Regan speaks during a workplace education program session at the NSCC Leeds Street Campus.
    Businesses Train to Win Bigger Deals

    Nova Scotian businesses now have access to the training they need to take advantage of major projects with customized workplace education programs.

  5. Stickers and buttons that will be given to local businesses and producers to display during the campaign.
    Buy Local This Holiday Season

    Nova Scotians are encouraged to shift some of their shopping to local goods and locally owned businesses during the buy local campaign.

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