Attorney General and Justice Minister Mark Furey today, April 17, directed police across the province to suspend street checks of pedestrians and passengers in motor vehicles until further notice.
The directive also makes it clear that no activity conducted by police,
The community of Bridgewater will have access to better public transportation through a $350,000 investment from the province to purchase a new bus.
The new bus comes as a result of a successful 18-month public transportation pilot project that saw ridership grow from zero to 37,000.
Teachers, administrators, early childhood educators, school support staff and education partners from across the province were honoured today (April 15th), at the Provincial Education Week Awards ceremony.
Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development Zach Churchill says by working together,
Using information from the public meetings and from Elections Nova Scotia, the commission, by majority, is recommending a House of Assembly of 55 seats. The minority view was to recommend Chéticamp as an exceptional district and the rationale for this is in a letter of dissent.