Government of Nova Scotia

  1. Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill, Yarmouth recreation director Frank Grant and councillor Phil Mooney walk on the Maud Lewis Trail.
    Government Supports Sustainable Transportation in Southwestern Nova Scotia

    Government announced support for two sustainable transportation projects in Southwestern Nova Scotia from the Connect2 grant program.

  2. Jennifer Maloney and her daughter Riley, of Indian Brook First Nation, in the Treaty Day Parade in Halifax.
    Treaty Education Launched During Treaty Day Celebration

    Treaty Day has taken on a renewed symbolism with the provincial government and the Mi'kmaq signing an agreement to launch a long-term Treaty Education initiative.

  3. Premier Stephen McNeil says the launch of the Entrepreneur Stream and the International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream will attract, and help retain, entrepreneurs who create new jobs here in Nova Scotia.
    New Business Immigration Streams Launching

    Nova Scotia is launching two new business immigration streams to attract international entrepreneurs and to retain international graduates of provincial universities and colleges.

  4. The 2015 Order of Nova Scotia recipients sit for the official photo with Premier Stephen McNeil and Lt.-Gov J.J. Grant
    Order of Nova Scotia Ceremony Investiture Ceremony

    Five outstanding Nova Scotians, internationally recognized as leaders in their respective fields, were invested into the Order of Nova Scotia.

  5. Justice Minister Diana Whalen meets with program staff from Health and Wellness.
    Court-monitored Drug Treatment Program to Continue in Kings County

    Alternative sentencing options and treatment programs will continue to be available in Kings County for people whose addictions have led to criminal behaviour.

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