Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine, Diana Patterson of Valley Hospice Foundation and Premier McNeil speak after the announcement
    New Hospice in Annapolis Valley

    There will be a new residential hospice in Annapolis Valley. The new facility will have up to 10 beds and will be located on the grounds of the Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville.

  2. Morgan Brook of Clean Foundation, Clay Gaudet, Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corp student, Jerid Watton, aboriginal youth leader and Premier McNeil tour the garden
    Premier McNeil Visits Glooscap First Nation Sustainability Project

    Premier Stephen McNeil attended Glooscap First Nation today, Aug. 18, to learn about a project run by the Aboriginal Leadership Program, part of the Nova Scotia Youth Conservation Corps

  3. Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell talks with the president and apprentices of VanOostrum Farm Equipment Ltd.
    New Apprenticeship Opportunities for Agriculture Equipment Technicians

    A new training program for agricultural equipment technicians will provide in-demand opportunities for apprentices and help Nova Scotia farmers improve productivity.

  4. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Stephen McNeil share a laugh during an announcement that will result in more than $238 million in wastewater and public transit projects across the province.
    Province and Federal Government Reach Agreement on Infrastructure Funding

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Stephen McNeil have announced an agreement that will result in more than $238 million in wastewater and public transit projects across the province

  5. Cathy Meisner and her five-year-old daughter, Emily, visit with Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine at the Free Spirit Equestrian Centre in Aylesford where the Minister announced a mental health grant for the centre.
    Horseback Riding Program Receives Mental Health Grant

    The province is providing a $22,480 community mental health grant for the Free Spirit Therapeutic Riding Association in Aylesford which offers horseback riding programs to people living with mental illness or other disabilities.

  6. Dr. Stewart Cameron, pilot physician rep & Richmond Campbell, pilot patient rep discuss the app and  how it benefited to them
    Federal and Provincial Governments Launch MyHealthNS to Improve Health Care in Nova Scotia

    Doctors and patients in Nova Scotia can now get routine test results and share information through MyHealthNS, a new secure online tool.

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  • QEII Redevelopment

    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.

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  • Make It Here

    Connecting workers with help to enter the workforce and employers with supports to hire and train.

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  • Possible Postal Disruption

    Plans are in place to ensure you continue to receive mail from the Government of Nova Scotia.

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  • Open Data

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  • Budget 2016-2017

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  • Student Assistance

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