Communications Nova Scotia is an award winning full-service communications agency. We provide a complete range of professional communications services to provincial government departments, agencies, boards and commissions.
Working as a team we bring projects to life, from concept to design and budget, through to a successful launch.
The winners of the 2011 Communications Nova Scotia Diversity Bursary have been chosen.
(Left to Right) Alyson Hardwick and Amy Parsons, both are students at the Nova Scotia Community College in Dartmouth. Alyson won in the Images category and Amy won the Words bursary. Missing is Faisal Kabir, a student at the Nova Scotia Community College in Truro who won in the Ideas category.
The winners receive $1,000 and spend a day with CNS staff. The judges from CNS who chose the winners were Kathy Beals, Chad Lucas, Toby Koffman and Nicole MacDonald.
On Nov. 8 1946, Viola Desmond stood up against a racially segregated movie theatre in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. Her courageous stand, 9 years before Rosa Parks' action, was a seminal event in Canada's civil rights movement.