Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Natural Resources Minister Zach Churchill and MLA Keith Irving, who spoke on behalf of Economic and Rural Development and Tourism Minister Michel Samson, walk the reopened trail.
    Cape Split Trails Reopen

    Cape Split Provincial Park, one of Nova Scotia's most popular trails systems, has reopened to hikers and outdoor enthusiasts.

  2. Finance and Treasury Board Minister Diana Whalen releases the 2013-14 public accounts.
    2013-14 Public Accounts Released

    Government released the public accounts for the last fiscal year. The document compares actual financial results to the budget plan.

  3. Premier Stephen McNeil speaks to a crowd at Creamery Square.
    Government Supports Final Phase of Tatamagouche's Creamery Square

    Residents of Tatamagouche and the North Shore will soon be able to experience cultural events, festivals and programs in a new arts centre, as part of the Creamery Square development.

  4. Energy Minister Andrew Younger shakes hands with Danielle Fong, LightSail Canada's co-founder and chief scientist, as Stan Mason from Watts Wind looks on in front of the former Bowater Mersey mill.
    Province Highlights Wind Storage Technology

    A renewable energy project in Nova Scotia could lead to technology that stores electricity generated from wind power.

  5. Municipal Affairs Minister Mark Furey, Halifax Mayor Mike Savage & Eddie Robar of Halifax Transit pose in front of a newly rebranded city bus.
    Halifax Transit Funding Announced

    Government announces $2 million annually for public transit in Halifax.

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  • Immigration

    Immigrants help make Nova Scotia a vibrant, dynamic society. Learn about Immigrating to Nova Scotia or hiring internationally skilled workers

    Nova Scotia Immigration

  • Student Assistance

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