News releases issued in the past week (Page 1)

Minister to Attend Climate Change Summit in Germany

Environment

Environment Minister Iain Rankin will attend the 23rd annual Council of the Parties conference in Bonn, Germany.

More Clean Energy Coming to Cape Breton

Energy (to July 2018)

More solar panels will be popping up in Cape Breton through the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program announced today, Nov. 10, by Municipal Affairs Minister Derek Mombourquette on behalf of Energy Minister Geoff MacLellan.

More Clean Energy Coming to Northern Nova Scotia

Energy (to July 2018)

More solar panels will be popping up in Antigonish and Parrsboro through the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program, announced today, Nov. 10, by Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey on behalf of Energy Minister Geoff MacLellan.

Weekly Traffic Advisories

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

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More Clean Energy Coming to First Nations Communities

Energy (to July 2018)

More solar panels will be popping up in Hantsport and Whycocomagh through the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program, announced today, Nov. 10, by Kings South MLA Keith Irving on behalf of Energy Minister Geoff MacLellan.

More Clean Energy Coming to Halifax

Energy (to July 2018)

More solar panels will be popping up in Halifax through the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program, announced today, Nov. 10, by Labour and Advanced Education Minister Labi Kousoulis on behalf of Energy Minister Geoff MacLellan.

Soutien aux victimes d'agression sexuelle

Justice

Une consultation juridique gratuite est offerte aux femmes et aux victimes d'agression sexuelle.

Support for Victims of Sexual Assault

Justice

Women and victims and survivors of sexual assault will now have access to free, independent legal advice.

Plus d'énergie propre dans le sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse

Energy (to July 2018)

Un plus grand nombre de panneaux solaires apparaîtront dans le sud-ouest de la Nouvelle-Écosse grâce au Programme pilote d'électricité solaire pour les bâtiments communautaires, annoncé aujourd'hui 10 novembre par Zach Churchill, ministre de l'Éducation et du Développement de la petite enfance, au nom de Geoff MacLellan, ministre de l'Énergie.

More Clean Energy Coming to the Southwestern Nova Scotia

Energy (to July 2018)

More solar panels will be popping up across southwestern Nova Scotia through the Solar Electricity for Community Buildings Pilot Program, announced today, Nov. 10, by Education and Early Childhood Minister Zach Churchill on behalf of Energy Minister Geoff MacLellan.

Nova Scotians Encouraged to Participate in Remembrance Day Events

Premier's Office

Premier Stephen McNeil is encouraging Nova Scotians to honour past and present members of Canada’s Armed Forces by taking part in Remembrance Day events on Saturday, Nov. 11.

Gender Parity Achieved on Provincial and Family Court

Justice / Premier's Office

Ann Marie Simmons, chief federal prosecutor with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada, was appointed as a new provincial and family court judge today, Nov. 10.

New Board Members Announced

Innovacorp

Innovacorp announced the appointment of two new members to its board of directors today, Nov. 9.

Premier’s Mission to France

Premier's Office

Premier Stephen McNeil is traveling to France to promote trade and investment, and to lay a wreath at the Juno Beach Canadian Memorial, next week, Nov. 13-19.

Investissements pour des spécialistes de l'assiduité

Education and Early Childhood Development

Le Conseil pour l'amélioration des conditions en salle de classe investit 1,9 million de dollars au cours des deux prochaines années pour la mise en œuvre de 14 projets pilotes visant à améliorer l'assiduité des élèves à l'échelle de la province.

Council to Invest In Attendance Support Workers

Education and Early Childhood Development

The Council to Improve Classroom Conditions is investing $1.9 million over the next two years to implement 14 pilot projects aimed at improving student attendance across the province.

2017 Medal of Bravery Recipients Honoured

Premier's Office

Four heroes were honoured with a Medal of Bravery at a ceremony held today, Nov. 8, at Province House in Halifax.

Eliminating Waitlist for Opioid Treatment

Health and Wellness

Every Nova Scotian currently waiting for treatment for opioid use disorder will be able to enter a publicly funded program within the next six months.

Premier Welcomes Chinese Ambassador to Canada

Premier's Office

Premier Stephen McNeil met with Lu Shaye, Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Canada, in Halifax today, Nov. 7.

Préparation pour la conduite en hiver en Nouvelle-Écosse

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal

Le gouvernement provincial avise les Néo-Écossais de se préparer dès maintenant en vue de la conduite en hiver.