A new trail system in Bridgewater will connect a neighbourhood to a park, a sports field and businesses.
Business Minister Mark Furey, on behalf of Energy Minister Michel Samson,
Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill announced today, Sept. 11, Doug Keefe, a former provincial deputy minister and Alphonse MacNeil, a former RCMP commanding officer, have been appointed co-leads for the review on fuel supply management.
Government has updated regulations for Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) to reduce red tape and increase accountability to taxpayers.
“We have been clear that we need to do economic development differently,”
Conifer Financial Services, an international asset services firm, announced today, Sept. 9, that it is expanding its Nova Scotia operations.
“We’re expanding our global footprint – and that expansion includes Nova Scotia which will be our fastest growing global center for middle-office and fund accounting services,”
Nova Scotians are being encouraged to join the 50% Local Food Club and buy at least half of their food from local producers for the month of September.
“September is the height of the harvest season so it’s a unique opportunity to support local farmers and put more of our food dollars back into the local economy,”
The 2015-16 school year marks the start of many new and exciting changes in the classroom for students and teachers from Nova Scotia’s Action Plan for Education.
“Students and teachers will see first-hand that we are taking action to improve and modernize our education system,”