News releases from Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

2016 Medal of Bravery Recipients Honoured

Premier's Office / Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

Three heroes were honoured with a Medal of Bravery at a ceremony held today, Sept. 28, at Province House in Halifax.

Legislation Creates Tourism Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

Legislation introduced today, April 27, will create a private-sector-led Crown corporation to increase competitiveness and growth in tourism.

Program Review Changes Protect Priorities, Cut Costs, Duplication

Natural Resources (to July 2018) / Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

Government is changing how some park and tourism services are being delivered. The changes, which are part of program review, will cut costs and duplication, and protect services most important for government to fund.

Campaign to Attract More U.S. Visitors

Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

The Nova Scotia Tourism Agency has launched a marketing campaign in the Greater Boston area to attract more first-time visitors to the province.

Tourism Stats Available from January to July

Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

After a slow start to the year, Nova Scotia is beginning to see some positive results during the peak tourism season. Visits for the month of July are up one per cent over last year.

Peggy's Cove Lighthouse Promotion to Draw Toronto Visitors

Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

Thousands of Torontonians will take in the wonder of the Peggy's Cove lighthouse in an innovative Nova Scotia tourism promotion.

Nova Scotia Tourism Launches 'Hit the Road With Me' Contest

Nova Scotia Tourism Agency

Fans of the province will be creating their dream Nova Scotia road trips with a new Facebook contest, for a chance to have their dream come true.