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Grant Funding, Provincial Strategy Support Trail Development
Nova Scotians and visitors will soon have access to improved trails across the province. - 2019/08/06 - 10:03
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Applications Open for Antlerless Deer Draw
Starting tomorrow, Aug. 1, hunters can apply for an antlerless deer hunting stamp for the 2019 hunting season. There are 5,000 antlerless deer hunting stamps available this year. - 2019/07/31 - 10:27
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Hants Family Named Woodland Owners of the Year
For this year’s top woodland owner, working in the woods has been a family affair for three generations. - 2019/07/29 - 12:14
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Family Activities on Canada’s Parks Day, July 20
- 2019/07/12 - 09:58
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Nova Scotia Wildfire Crew Heading to Ontario
NOTE TO EDITORS: The crew will arrive at the main terminal of Halifax Stanfield International Airport on Friday, July 5 at 4:30 a.m. for their flight to Toronto. The airport is located at 1 Bell Blvd, Enfield. Media will need to show proof of identification. Nova Scotia has answered the call to help fight wildfires in Ontario. - 2019/07/04 - 15:39
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Bridging the Divide in Forestry, Op-ed
NOTE: The following is an op-ed from Lands and Forestry Minister Iain Rankin. Forestry has been part of the foundation of our economy for many decades and has experienced significant changes over time. - 2019/07/03 - 11:07
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Retour à la plage pour les sauveteurs de la Nouvelle-Écosse
REMARQUE : Une liste des plages surveillées est présentée à la fin de ce communiqué. Le temps chaud est synonyme de plages achalandées et les sauveteurs de la Nouvelle-Écosse surveilleront les nageurs à compter du samedi 29 juin prochain. - 2019/06/24 - 12:24
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Back to the Beaches for Nova Scotia Lifeguards
NOTE: A list of supervised beaches follows this release. Warm weather means busy beaches and Nova Scotia’s lifeguards will be supervising swimmers starting Saturday, June 29. - 2019/06/24 - 12:10
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