Government is investing $6.4 million to reduce class sizes as part of the 2016/17 budget. The investment includes $4.7 million that will cover Grades 5 and 6.
“This investment is part of government’s commitment to provide smaller class sizes for our students and teachers,”
Last year, more than 155,000 Nova Scotians received emergency care from one of the province’s highly skilled and dedicated team of paramedics.
Today, Sept. 28, is the third annual Medic Monday in Nova Scotia,
Alternative sentencing options and treatment programs will continue to be available in Kings County for people whose addictions have led to criminal behaviour.
Atlantic Canada’s first court-monitored drug treatment program pilot was launched in April 2014 at the Kentville Law Courts.
Government is making changes to the program that helps families collect court-ordered child and spousal support payments. Justice Minister Diana Whalen has announced actions that will lead to stronger enforcement and better services to families.
Government has successfully negotiated an increase of 300 immigration nominations for its two new express entry streams, nearly doubling the province’s total nomination allocation for 2015.
“We pushed the federal government hard for this increase and they responded after they saw our proactive approach,”
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,