News releases from Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015) (Page 2)

Cape Breton Municipalities Form Regional Enterprise Network

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Municipalities in Cape Breton are working together to help businesses grow by forming Nova Scotia's fourth regional enterprise network.

Tax Incentives, Private Sector to Drive Economic Growth

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

New legislation, introduced today, Oct. 22, positions the private sector to lead and drive economic growth, and increases accountability for results.

Nova Scotia Businesses Look for Export Opportunities

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Dozens of Nova Scotia businesses will be looking for opportunities to sell their goods and services in new markets with support from government.

Government Provides Support for Yarmouth Ferry as Season Wraps Up

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The Nova Star made its final crossing from Portland, Maine to Yarmouth this morning, finishing a first sailing season that had about 59,000 passengers travel on the service.

Demandes acceptées à un programme pour petites entreprises

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Le gouvernement accepte maintenant les demandes des petites entreprises au Programme de bons pour la productivité et l'innovation.

Small Business Program Open for Applications

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Government is accepting applications from small businesses for the Productivity and Innovation Voucher Program.

Harbourside, Nova Scotia Lands to Operate Port Mersey Commercial Park

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015) / Internal Services

INTERNAL SERVICES/ECONOMIC/RURAL DEVELOPMENT/TOURISM-- Harbourside, Nova Scotia Lands to Operate Port Mersey Commercial Park

Lake Charlotte Museum Looks to Attract More Visitors

Communities, Culture and Heritage / Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Memory Lane Heritage Village on the Eastern Shore is getting support to attract more visitors.

Nominations à la Waterfront Development Corporation et au conseil des Industries du film et de la création

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Des nominations annoncées au conseil de deux organismes publics garantiront un solide leadership pour faire progresser les intérêts de la Province dans les secteurs du développement économique et des industries de la création.

Waterfront Development Corporation and Film and Creative Industries Board Appointments

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Appointments to the boards of two public agencies will ensure strong leadership to advance the province's interests in economic development and creative industries.

Committee to Advise on Cape Breton Rail

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal / Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Government, business and community leaders are coming together to advise on the future of Cape Breton rail.

Dalhousie Engineers Help Nova Scotia Businesses Innovate

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

More small and medium-sized businesses will now have direct access to Dalhousie University engineers to develop and make prototypes of new products.

South Shore Forms Regional Enterprise Network

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Municipal and regional partners along the South Shore will work together to help businesses grow by forming the province's third regional enterprise network.

Des améliorations au profit des collectivités rurales du Cap-Breton

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Les résidents d'Inverness et de Chéticamp, et les francophones de la région de Sydney pourront tirer profit de deux projets communautaires qui reçoivent l'appui du gouvernement provincial.

Rural Cape Breton Communities to Benefit from Improvements

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Residents of Inverness and Cheticamp, and French-speaking people in the Sydney area will benefit from two community projects that are receiving support from the provincial government.

Government Supports Final Phase of Tatamagouche's Creamery Square

Communities, Culture and Heritage / Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Residents of Tatamagouche and the North Shore will soon be able to experience cultural events, festivals and programs in a new arts centre, as part of the Creamery Square development.

Private Sector to Lead Economic Growth

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Government is changing how its economic development department and agencies do business, positioning the private sector to lead economic growth.

Victoria County Preparing for Improved Cellular Coverage

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Residents in more rural areas of Cape Breton's Victoria County will soon have access to improved cellular coverage and Internet services through new mobile network technology.

Forensic Examination of Cumberland Regional Development Authority Released

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

PricewaterhouseCoopers has completed its independent forensic examination of the Cumberland Regional Development Authority's financial transactions between fiscal years 2007-08 and 2011-12.

Port Hawkesbury Plans for Growth

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Doing business in Port Hawkesbury will look different and more attractive with a new plan to improve tourism and grow the economy.