Adding air connections between Nova Scotia and international destinations is an important way of growing tourism, as well as other sectors of the economy. Early in the fall of 2020 Nova Scotia will welcome visitors from China on two direct charter flights.
Osprey’s Nest Public House is a brand new pub situated in Petite Riviere just a few strides away from Rissers Beach. Its warm and cozy vibe and rustic charm immediately gives you the impression that its going to be a hub,
We want Nova Scotians to help shape government’s budget for the 2020-2021 fiscal year and future budgets. Send us your ideas by Tuesday, 31 December.
Letter from the Minister
Dear Nova Scotians,
All Nova Scotians deserve a chance to build a better life for themselves and their families. That is why Nova Scotians living on low incomes will get more financial support in 2020.
Nominations Now Open for the 46th Provincial Volunteer Awards
Nova Scotians who know an outstanding volunteer who deserves recognition, can now nominate them for a Provincial Volunteer Award.
Nova Scotia continues to be a North American leader in fighting climate change by reducing emissions and now our province is being recognized as a national leader for energy efficiency efforts.
A new high school, renovations to make room for skilled trade centres and a new building for an adult high school, are some of the projects added to the province’s school capital plan.
Neen Martin creates beautiful, playful, whimsical and endearing window art. It’s fantastic that she, and her small home-based business “Window Wonders” moved to Bridgewater last April, from northern Ontario. She provides window art at a reasonable fee for hotels,
NOW Lunenburg County is receiving a $20,050 grant through the new Healthy Communities Stream to support community-led initiatives to attract and retain new doctors.
The community group will create a series of six online videos to walk doctors through the process of starting a life and practice in Lunenburg County.