The communications support team issues news releases that keep Nova Scotians informed about everything from traffic tie-ups on major highways to government's newest policies and programs. We help to make sure that Nova Scotians know what's going on — even in the throes of a winter storm or emergency situation. We also provide departments with editing and writing support for news releases and feature stories.
We provide event and logistics planning for:
We are in daily contact with hundreds of media representatives across the province, and the country, ensuring that they:
We administer the province's Emergency Public Information Plan. We:
What made the news? Who said what, and when?
We can help find the answers to these questions through our print and electronic media monitoring service. The service is provided under contract by a private sector supplier.
Through us, you can access:
Communications Nova Scotia staff help government departments and agencies share their programs and itiatives with Nova Scotians.
Communications directors, advisors and officers work with three managing directors to provide the following services and products to their clients: