Immigration Minister Lena Metlege Diab credits a trip to the U.K. and Ireland in April with attracting many of those people. Her team stopped in Dublin and London.Immigration minister credits trip to the U.K.
Communities across Nova Scotia are working with government to tackle complex poverty-related issues.
Through the Poverty Reduction Government Innovation program, government departments can partner with community
organizations and others to develop programs and test innovative ideas that address poverty-related challenges.
NORAD tracks the geographical location of Santa Claus as he makes his annual trip delivering gifts to children around the world and makes that information available to the general public.
During the month of December, The Bridgewater & Area Inter-Church Food Bank is open from 11 AM to 3 PM, Monday to Friday from December 3rd to December 21st for food or monetary donations.
Government’s changes to forest practices will increase ecological protection and biodiversity, and lead the province to a more sustainable forestry sector.
The changes follow recommendations by University of King’s College president Bill Lahey in a review of forest practices,
Nova Scotians and Bostonians anxiously await the lighting of the tree for Boston taking place Thursday November 29th on Boston
Common. The tree-lighting ceremony will broadcast on W-C-V-B, an A-B-C affiliate,
Captains and crews are reminded to wear a personal flotation device, regularly examine safety gear, monitor weather forecasts, and be prepared for emergencies.
Lobster fishermen in southwestern Nova Scotia are reminded to make safety a priority during this year’s fishing season,
Are you a university student or recent graduate with a keen interest in the legislative system and the democratic process?
The House of Assembly employs a wide variety of people to provide professional,
“Hats off to the Hemford & District Fire Department for their dedication and commitment to protecting and caring for their community and for their part in making it a great place to live.”