News Release Archive

  Premier John Savage travels to Washington and New York next
  week for a series of business-related meetings. He will be
  accompanied by Transportation and Communications Minister
  Richie Mann and Economic Renewal Minister Robbie Harrison.
  While in the U.S. capital, the premier will address a
  Tuesday meeting of the Canada-American Business Council. The
  premier and ministers will also hold individual meetings
  with various industries to discuss trade and investment
  opportunities in Nova Scotia.
  On Wednesday, Premier Savage will attend the Marine
  Technology Showcase at the Canadian Embassy. A number of
  Nova Scotia companies are taking part in the showcase.
  He will also meet with the Canadian Ambassador to the United
  States, Raymond Chretien.
  While in Washington, the premier will also discuss fisheries
  issues with a number of U.S. congressional leaders,
  including Representative Jim Saxton, chair of the House
  Fisheries, Oceans and Wildlife subcommittee; and Congressman
  Peter Torkilsen, a member of the same committee.
  The premier will emphasize the importance of regional
  cooperation in the management of the fisheries.
  Tuesday evening, the premier will co-host with Ambassador
  Chretien the annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony at the
  Canadian Embassy. This year's tree comes from the Hazel
  Wright tree lot, near New Germany.
  In New York, the premier and ministers will take part in
  several events designed to promote the Port of Halifax.
  Contact: David Harrigan  902-424-3750
  trp                  Dec. 01, 1995