News releases from Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015) (Page 5)

Demonstration Centre Helps Create Forestry Jobs for the Future

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The Innovacorp Demonstration Centre in Liverpool is on target to create opportunities for good forestry jobs for families in rural Nova Scotia.

Province Supports Queens County Business, Rural Jobs

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is lending support to a family-owned business in Queens County.

La Province aide les collectivités à attirer plus de visiteurs

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

La Province aide des collectivités partout en Nouvelle-Écosse à développer des produits et des services touristiques plus concurrentiels, ce qui permettra d'attirer plus de visiteurs et d'offrir des expériences mémorables à partager avec la famille et les amis.

Province Helping Communities Across Nova Scotia Attract More Visitors

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is helping communities throughout Nova Scotia develop more competitive tourism products and services, attracting more visitors and offering memorable experiences to share with friends and family.

Province Supports Truro Company, Rural Jobs

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is helping a locally owned dairy company expand its Truro facility, become more competitive, and protect and create good jobs for Nova Scotians.

Le ministre fait progresser les discussions sur le traversier au Maine

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Graham Steele, ministre du Développement économique et rural et du Tourisme, conclura des rencontres, aujourd'hui 21 août, à Portland, au Maine, où il a fait progresser les discussions sur le nouveau service de traversier entre Yarmouth et le Maine.

Minister Advances Ferry Talks in Maine

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism Minister Graham Steele will wrap up meetings today, Aug. 21, in Portland, Maine, where he advanced discussions on a new ferry service between Yarmouth and Maine.

Début des négociations pour le traversier de Yarmouth

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Le gouvernement provincial a fait un pas de plus vers l'établissement d'un service de traversier pour les familles et les entreprises du sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse.

Negotiations for Yarmouth Ferry Service Begin

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is closer to bringing a ferry service for the families and businesses of southwest Nova Scotia.

Province Supports Port Hood to Attract Events, Visitors

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is helping to upgrade an Inverness County sports centre so it can better serve families, host more events and attract more visitors to the area.

Province Supports Inverness, World-Class Golf Destination

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is helping the Inverness area continue to attract tourists, and boost employment and economic growth, ensuring more Cape Bretoners can stay and raise their families at home.

Province Supports Immunovaccine, a Local, Groundbreaking Biotech Company

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is supporting an innovative Halifax-based biotech company to advance groundbreaking vaccines that could save lives.

Province Supports Small Businesses to Compete Globally

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Velsoft Training Materials is one of many small businesses in Nova Scotia competing in new global markets, while creating jobs and a better future for families here at home.

Brooklyn Power Sale Closes, Protecting Jobs, Forestry Link

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The sale of Brooklyn Power Corp. in the Region of Queens Municipality will ensure an important player in Nova Scotia's forestry industry keeps operating and that jobs are protected.

Province Supports Study to Develop Centre for Cape Breton's Creative Sector

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

The province is investing in a study to develop a centre for Cape Breton-based artists and their organizations to work, rehearse, collaborate and perform in the heart of their community.

Cape Breton Small Business Becoming More Competitive

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

The province is helping a family-owned small business become more competitive and capitalize on new opportunities.

Province Supports Small Businesses

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

A new, free tool is helping small businesses become more productive so they can make more money and hire more people.

Big Data Takes Off in Nova Scotia

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Small and medium-sized businesses in Nova Scotia will become more competitive and increase the skill of their workforce with support and training from Dalhousie University's new Big Data Analytics Institute.

North American Companies Get Down to Business in Nova Scotia

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015) / Nova Scotia Business Inc.

More than 115 companies from the United States and Canada are coming together in Nova Scotia to grow their businesses by creating new partnerships, building relationships, and exploring new markets.

Un pas de plus vers un service de traversier durable à Yarmouth

Economic and Rural Development and Tourism (to April 2015)

Le gouvernement a reçu les plans d'affaires de trois entreprises intéressées à exploiter un service de traversier à Yarmouth, ce qui représente un pas de plus dans la bonne direction pour les résidents et les entreprises du sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse.