Government of Nova Scotia News
Press releases from the Government of Nova Scotia. Distributed by Communications Nova Scotia.
Updated: 1 day 22 hours ago
Health and Wellness -- L’aménagement de nouveaux sentiers dans le comté de Yarmouth est un des nombreux projets dans les régions acadiennes à bénéficier du financement d’installations récréatives destiné à aider les Néo-Écossais à mener une vie saine et active.
Health and Wellness -- Building new trails in Yarmouth County is one of several projects in Acadian areas to receive recreation facility funding to help Nova Scotians lead healthy, active lifestyles.
Health and Wellness -- More work to build a skills park and trails for mountain biking is one of four projects in the Valley announced today, July 7, by Kings South MLA Keith Irving, on behalf of Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine.
Health and Wellness -- NOTE: A list of grants in the Valley region announced by Leo Glavine follows this release. Building a splash pad where children and families can play and cool off on hot days is one of nine projects in the Valley announced today, July 7, by Health and Wellness Minister Leo Galvine.
Service Nova Scotia -- The Registry of Motor Vehicles office in Middleton is closed today, July 7, due to a power outage. The situation will be reassessed and the public will be notified when it is reopened.
Communities, Culture and Heritage -- Le gouvernement examine des moyens de soutenir les diffuseurs francophones car il est conscient de leur rôle dans le développement de collectivités acadiennes et francophones solides et dynamiques.
Communities, Culture and Heritage -- Government is exploring ways to support French-language broadcasting, recognizing its role in developing strong and vibrant Acadian and francophone communities.
Health and Wellness -- NOTE: A list of grants in the South Shore region announced by Suzanne Lohnes-Croft follows this release. Upgrading a skateboard park in Lunenburg is one of eight projects on the South Shore announced today, July 7, by Lunenburg MLA Suzanne Lohnes-Croft, on behalf of Health and Wellness Minister Leo Glavine.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- –RICHMOND COUNTY: Frambois Bridge
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- COLCHESTER COUNTY: Tatamagouche Area
Natural Resources / Emergency Management Office -- Tous les parcs provinciaux en Nouvelle-Écosse, y compris les terrains de camping, les plages, les parcs de fréquentation diurne et le Parc faunique provincial Shubenacadie seront fermés à cause du mauvais temps que devrait apporter la tempête tropicale Arthur.
Natural Resources / Emergency Management Office -- All provincial parks in Nova Scotia, including camping, beach parks, day-use parks and the Shubenacadie Provincial Wildlife Park, will be closed to the public because of severe weather conditions expected from Tropical Storm Arthur.
Health and Wellness -- Nine people from across the province have been named to the Minister's Advisory Panel on District Health Authority Consolidation.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- CONTINUING WORK
Lieutenant Governor -- Three Nova Scotia wines have been selected to receive the inaugural Lieutenant Governor's Award for Excellence in Nova Scotia Wines.
Fisheries and Aquaculture -- Nova Scotia's Independent Aquaculture Regulatory Review Panel released its draft report today, July 4, for public review and feedback.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- A new interchange and connector between Tantallon and Hubbards will provide better access between Highway 103 and Trunk 3.
Emergency Management Office -- Le Bureau de gestion des urgences rappelle aux Néo-Écossais de prendre les mesures nécessaires pour réduire au minimum les risques de dommages à la propriété et les risques de blessures en cas d’ouragan ou de tempête tropicale.