Military Relations - Photos
The Government of Nova Scotia donates memorial bench for Vimy Foundation Centennial Park, Vimy, France.
Acknowledgment - the photo is a courtesy of the Vimy Foundation of Canada
Premier McNeil lays a wreath at the Juno Beach Canadian Memorial, November 17, 2017
Premier Stephen McNeil recognizes the 90th Anniversary of the Royal Canadian Legion, November 2, 2016.
Deputy Premier Diana Whalen participates in a ceremony on the grounds of Province House to mark Cadet Day.
Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the formation of the No.2 Construction Battalion, July 9, in Pictou.
Premier Stephen McNeil visits Vimy Ridge in France to pay his respects and to honour those brave Canadians who fought in the defence of freedom on June 29, 2016.
Registry of Motor Vehicle changes help military drivers transition to private sector.
Deputy Premier Diana Whalen represents Premier Stephen McNeil at The Third Book of Remembrance Dedication Ceremony, Halifax Central Library, October 23, 2015.
His Honour Brigadier-General The Honourable J.J. Grant, Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, helped celebrate Cadet Day at the Nova Scotia House of Assembly on October 3, 2015.
Premier Stephen McNeil chats with cadets a the General Cadets Graduation at HMCS Acadia on July 30, 2015.
Premier Stephen McNeil with the Ceremonial Guard of the Canadian Cadets recreating the Menin Gate memorial service at the Grand Parade in Halifax - July 9, 2015.
Stephen McNeil and the Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy
on the occasion of their 75th Anniversary at Province House, May 5, 2015
Afghanistan Memorial Vigil
Young people from across the province converged on Province House to celebrate Cadet Day, Oct. 4
Premier pays respects to Nova Scotia soldiers who lost their lives during the Battle of Hong Kong in the Second World War - September 7, 2014
Premier Attends Graduation Ceremony for Reservists and Regular Force Soldiers - August 15, 2014
HMCS Acadia – Sea Cadet Summer Training Centre – August 14, 2014
Premier Stephen McNeil with Rear Admiral Brad Williamson and NATO Maritime Group Two - July 31, 2014
Premier Honours Sacrifices of Canadians in Europe - June 22, 2014