Government of Nova Scotia

  1. L'Arche Homefires client Kristy puts a scarf she weaved around Kings South MLA Keith Irving at the Appleworks Building in Wolfville.
    Investment Will Help Enhance Day Programs, Community Living

    Nova Scotians with disabilities will have enhanced programing and more community living opportunities through L'Arche Homefires.

  2. Premier Stephen McNeil lays a wreath with Master Seaman Doug Woodrow of the Fleet Diving Unit.
    Afghanistan Memorial Vigil

    Afghanistan Memorial Vigil marks more than 12 years of service for the Canadian Armed Forces in the country and honours those who have fallen there.

  3. Tracey Dorrington-Skinner of VOICES and Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage Tony Ince look on as Premier Stephen McNeil lights a candle as part of the formal apology.
    Province Apologizes to Former Residents of Home for Colored Children

    Premier Stephen McNeil offered a formal apology on behalf of the province to those who suffered abuse and neglect at the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children.

  4. Minister Churchill, Vice Chair of the Shubenacadie Canal Commission, Suzanne Roy and Agnes Garnett, stand together, speaking in front of the canal.
    Land Agreement, Funding for Shubenacadie Canal Announced

    The Department of Natural Resources has signed an agreement to provide a safe portage route for paddlers between Lake Thomas and Fletchers Lake in Fall River, as part of the historic Shubenacadie Canal System.

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