News releases from Natural Resources (to July 2018) issued in the specified time period (Page 18)

Festival of Trees and Crafts This Weekend

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Thousands of people are expected to enjoy the seasonal celebrations this weekend at the 23rd annual Christmas Festival of Trees and Crafts in Middle Musquodoboit.

Province Invests in More Lands

Natural Resources (to July 2018) / Environment

Nova Scotians will have more opportunities for recreation and economic development thanks to an investment in land purchases.

Rare Metals Exploration Licence Extended

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

People will see potential for good jobs through mineral resource development in Western Nova Scotia as the province extends the special license for Avalon Rare Metal to continue exploration in Yarmouth County.

Boston Tree Enters Fifth Decade

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Hundreds of Nova Scotia elementary students in white "I heart NS" toques cheered and waved flags to celebrate Nova Scotia's Christmas tree for Boston today, Nov. 13, in Jordan Bay, Shelburne Co.

Funds To Help Western Nova Scotia Woodlot Owners

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

More woodlot owners in western Nova Scotia can build and upgrade access roads to move products, make silviculture work easier and increase forest fire protection with a $500,000 investment by the province.

Work to Dismantle MV Miner Can Resume

Natural Resources (to July 2018) / Labour and Advanced Education

The company dismantling the MV Miner can resume phase one work after addressing the province's safety concerns.

Deer Hunting Season Opens Friday

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Deer hunters across the province can resume their annual tradition Friday, Oct. 26, as deer hunting season opens.

Donors of 2012 Nova Scotia Tree for Boston Announced

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Paul and Jan Hicks of Jordan Bay, Shelburne Co., are proud to be this year's generous donors of the Nova Scotia Christmas tree for Boston.

Bennington Group Must Ensure Safe Worksite

Natural Resources (to July 2018) / Labour and Advanced Education

Work to dismantle the MV Miner will not begin until steps are taken to ensure workers will be safe on the job.

Coyote Pelt Incentive Extended Three Years

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

The province is extending the pelt incentive part of its plan to make families and communities safer from aggressive coyote behaviour.

Sydney By-Pass Drivers Warned of Moose

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

The Department of Natural Resources is advising drivers and residents along Highway 125, the Sydney bypass, that a moose is has been seen near the King's Road exit.

Moose Safely Removed in HRM

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Department of Natural Resource officials have safely removed an errant moose that was in a residential area today, Sept. 27, near the top of Main Avenue in the Fairview area of Halifax Regional Municipality.

Halifax Drivers Should Watch for Moose

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Department of Natural Resource officials are hoping to tranquilize an errant moose, which is being contained near the top of Main Avenue in Halifax.

Wildfire Detection Changes Improve Safety, Response Time

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

The province is changing its wildfire detection program to improve public safety and fire response time while also better protecting firefighters.

Healthy Forests Focus of National Forest Week

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

The province is marking National Forest Week, Sept. 23-30, with a continuing commitment to projects that support healthy forests and lead to healthy communities.

Coyote Attack in New Waterford

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Natural Resources officials responded to an incident that appears to have involved an aggressive coyote.

New Page Statement by Minister Parker

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Pacific West Commercial Corporation and Nova Scotia Power Inc. have been informed by the Canada Revenue Agency that an advanced income tax ruling, which was a condition to the completion of the sale of the former New Page mill, will not be provided.

Fermeture de parcs provinciaux en raison du mauvais temps

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Les plages provinciales, le parc faunique Shubenacadie, les parcs d'utilisation diurne et les parcs de camping seront fermés au public en raison des conditions météorologiques causées par la tempête tropicale Leslie.

Provincial Parks Closing Due to Severe Weather

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

Provincial beaches, the Shubenacadie wildlife park, day-use and camping parks will be closed to the public because of anticipated weather conditions from tropical storm Leslie.

Investments Help Grow Minerals Sector

Natural Resources (to July 2018)

The province is making new investments in mineral exploration to help create more resource-sector jobs in rural Nova Scotia.