Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Changes to Executive Council

    Premier Stephen McNeil has announced changes to Executive Council, that are effective immediately.

  2. One of the posters accompanying the social media campaign.
    Campaign Encourages LGBTI Foster Parenting

    For the first time, the province is reaching out to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) community through a social media campaign to encourage members to consider becoming foster parents.

  3. Energy and mines ministers from across the country gathered for a group photo before the conference ended.
    Energy and Mines Ministers Conference Concludes

    Ministers concluded discussions on the responsible growth of Canada's natural resources and energy sectors.

  4. The Bay of Fundy, home to the highest tides in the world.
    International Partnership Advances Tidal Industry

    Nova Scotia is advancing its leadership position in the tidal industry with two new international research grants.

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