To turn the tide of COVID-19 infections in Nova Scotia, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health, announced new restrictions in Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and across the province today,
The Bridgewater Salvation Army Family & Community Services does incredible things for our communities that many people may not be aware of!
The Salvation Army is a Christian organization that gives hope and support to more than 1.9 million people each year,
Protecting the health and safety of Nova Scotians by taking steps to slow the spread of the coronavirus is government’s top priority. That is why new restrictions on gathering limits and social circles in urban and many suburban areas of Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and Hants County were announced today,
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Joey Richard, is the friendly, animated owner of La Casetta,
A new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner is now in operation at the IWK Health Centre in Halifax.
Government invested $6.9 million to purchase the new MRI scanner and complete associated renovations.
The province is investing $1.3 million over three years to support 350 Nova Scotian youth who are currently underrepresented in the workforce. The funding provides free training and other assistance to prepare them for jobs in the information technology (IT) sector.
Nova Scotia is sending some love to Boston, by way of Cape Breton.
The Tree for Boston is the annual gift Nova Scotia sends to Boston to thank the city for sending aid after the Halifax Explosion in 1917.
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on arts and culture organizations across Nova Scotia. That is why the province is providing $2.1 million to help meet their immediate needs.
“Arts and culture organizations and the artists and creators within them help to tell the story of who we are as Nova Scotians,” said Communities,
Saint Joseph’s Parish Church, Bridgewater, to receive $45,000 for flood mitigation, kitchen, and heating upgrades.
Nova Scotia communities depend on safe spaces where people can gather, celebrate and connect.