News releases from Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021) (Page 3)

New Glace Bay Dialysis Unit Set to Open

Health and Wellness / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021)

Glace Bay residents will soon have improved access to dialysis with the opening of the Tom Peach Renal Dialysis Clinic. The new six-station unit will begin treating patients at Glace Bay Hospital later this month.

Province to Implement COVID-19 Program to Improve Infrastructure

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021) / COVID - 19

To support job creation, stimulate the economy and keep Nova Scotians safe, the province will take advantage of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Resilience Infrastructure Stream.

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Province Seeking Public Input for Second Phase of New Traffic Safety Act

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021)

Government continues to seek public input on the Traffic Safety Act draft regulations.

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Geotechnical Study of Highway 104 Available

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021)

A geotechnical study investigating the potential risk for sinkholes forming around the Oxford section of the Trans-Canada Highway is complete.

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CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Sydney-Glace Bay Highway – Reserve Street/Wilson Road

Province Reduces Burden on Ride Hailing Services

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021)

Nova Scotians want more choices when it comes to local transportation.

Conceptual Designs for New Art Gallery and Waterfront Arts District Unveiled

Communities, Culture and Heritage (Jan. 2011 - Aug. 2021) / Art Gallery of Nova Scotia / Develop Nova Scotia / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021)

Nova Scotians can now see and provide feedback on the three final conceptual designs for the planned new art gallery and waterfront arts district in Halifax.

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Nova Scotians to Have Input on New Traffic Safety Act Drivers Regulations

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Nova Scotians are invited to provide feedback on the province’s draft regulations under the new Traffic Safety Act.

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Province Selects Jury for Art Gallery Design Competition

Communities, Culture and Heritage (Jan. 2011 - Aug. 2021) / Art Gallery of Nova Scotia / Develop Nova Scotia / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021)

Planning for the new Art Gallery of Nova Scotia has reached another milestone. The province has named seven qualified professionals to adjudicate the design competition for the gallery, which will anchor a new Arts District on the Halifax Waterfront.

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HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Bedford Bypass

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CONTINUING WORK

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Government Awards Bayers Lake Community Outpatient Centre Contract

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Oct. 2007 - Feb. 2021) / Health and Wellness

Government continues to move forward with the province’s largest health-care project to date.

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