Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Graham Bell kites Beddeck heritage certification
    Bell's Baddeck Residence Now Heritage Property

    Beinn Bhreagh Hall, in Baddeck, the summer home of Alexander and Mabel Bell, is now recognized as part of Nova Scotia's built heritage, ensuring the house's exterior and grounds will be conserved in nearly their original state.

  2. Finance and Treasury Board Minister Randy Delorey speaks at a podium.
    Public Accounts for 2014-15 Released

    The audited financial statements for the year ended March 31, 2015, show the deficit was $143.7 million, $135.3 million lower than the budgeted deficit of $279 million.

  3. 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.

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