News releases from Labour and Advanced Education (Page 20)

La Province consulte le secteur de la construction

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La Province invite les constructeurs, les architectes, les ingénieurs, les agents du bâtiment municipaux et les autres parties intéressées à commenter les 24 recommandations préparées à l'intention du Comité consultatif sur la construction.

Province Consults With Construction Sector

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The province is asking builders, architects, engineers, municipal building officials and other interested parties for input on 24 recommendations prepared for the Building Advisory Committee.

Province, Resolute Make Equal Investment to Help Workers

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Workers affected by the Bowater closure in Queens County are getting career specialists to help them train and find new employment.

Workplace Education Initiative Builds Leadership Skills

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Twenty-seven managers and supervisors from a dozen companies learned how to work more efficiently by communicating better with staff through jobsHere training delivered by the province

2012 Johnstone Scholarship Awarded

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Grade 12 graduate Lucy Wallace of Wolfville is the 2012 recipient of the province's $6,000 Dr. P. Anthony Johnstone Memorial Entrance Scholarship.

Provincial Support Team To Help Bowater Workers

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LABOUR/ADVANCED EDUCATION–Provincial Support Team To Help Bowater Workers

Heures d'ouverture le jour de la fête du Canada

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On rappelle aux Néo-Écossais que la plupart des entreprises et magasins de vente au détail seront fermés le lundi 2 juillet.

Canada Day store hours

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Nova Scotians are reminded that most retail businesses and stores will be closed Monday, July 2.

$2.7 Million Will Increase On-Campus Living at Acadia

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Wolfville's Acadia University will have up to 300 more students living on campus, thanks to a $2.7-million repayable loan from the province, announced today, May 24.

Investment in Construction Industry Helps Industry be More Competitive

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Nova Scotia's construction industry is digging into new technology to be more competitive with a $212,475 investment from the province.

Bill Extends Wind-Up of NewPage Pensions

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Workers and pensioners at the NewPage mill in Port Hawkesbury could see better pension benefits under legislation introduced today, May 9.

Nova Scotians Reminded to Keep Safety First at Work

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The province is reminding Nova Scotians of the importance of workplace safety during North American Occupational Health and Safety Week, which runs to Saturday, May 12.

Halifax Welcomes Women in Non-traditional Careers Delegates

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Nova Scotia is hosting a national conference that aims to increase the number of women working in science, engineering, trades and technology.

Province Makes Post-Secondary Education More Accessible, Affordable

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Nova Scotians will have better access to post-secondary education as the province continues to invest in student assistance.

Minister Appoints Mediator

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Labour and Advanced Education Minister Marilyn More announced today, April 20, that she has appointed Bruce Outhouse to mediate the labour-management dispute between the Capital District Health Authority and Local 42 of the NSGEU.

Outstanding Volunteers Recognized at Awards Ceremony

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The province thanked 69 outstanding volunteers across the province at the 38th annual Provincial Volunteers Awards today, April 2.

Des bénévoles remarquables sont honorés lors d'une cérémonie

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Le gouvernement provincial a remercié 69 bénévoles néo-écossais remarquables lors de la remise des 38e Prix annuels provinciaux pour le bénévolat, aujourd'hui 2 avril.

Le salaire minimum augmente à 10,15 $

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Le salaire minimum en Nouvelle-Écosse augmente à 10,15 $ le 1er avril.

Minimum Wage Increases to $10.15

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LABOUR/ADVANCED EDUCATION–Minimum Wage Increases to $10.15

Spotlight on Lifelong Learning

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Four Nova Scotians are being recognized for sharing their stories of how lifelong learning is benefitting them at home and giving them the right skills for good jobs.