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Press releases from the Government of Nova Scotia. Distributed by Communications Nova Scotia.
Updated: 11 hours 46 min ago
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- Les parents et les tuteurs des enfants de six mois à quatre ans pourront bientôt prendre rendez-vous pour faire vacciner leurs enfants contre la COVID-19.
Lieutenant-Governor -- Six culinary graduates from Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) have been selected to receive the 2022 Lieutenant-Governor’s Award for Culinary Excellence.
Lieutenant-Governor -- Six finissants et finissantes en arts culinaire du Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) ont été choisis pour recevoir le Prix du lieutenant-gouverneur pour l'excellence culinaire de 2022.
Municipal Affairs and Housing -- The Province is introducing a new lending program to help non-profit organizations keep and increase affordable housing units. This is the first provincial lending program that helps non-profit organizations purchase existing rental units.
Natural Resources and Renewables -- Summer events at parks around the province are starting on Canada Parks Day, Saturday, July 16.
Premier's Office -- The Council of the Federation’s two-day summer meeting ended today, July 12, in Victoria, B.C.
Premier's Office -- The Council of the Federation is continuing its two-day summer meeting today, July 12, in Victoria, B.C., to discuss healthcare funding, economic renewal and affordability.
Justice -- The Province has reached another milestone in developing the accessibility standard for the built environment to prevent and remove barriers in the spaces where Nova Scotians live, work, learn and play.
Health and Wellness -- The government is continuing to invest in healthcare with the addition of 200 new nursing seats at post-secondary institutions across the province.
Public Works -- CONTINUING WORK
Public Works / Education and Early Childhood Development / Health and Wellness -- New Waterford is a step closer to a new school and community wellness centre.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, announced today, July 4, that Nova Scotia will remove all remaining COVID-19 restrictions in the community on Wednesday, July 6.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- Le Dr Robert Strang, médecin-hygiéniste en chef de la Nouvelle-Écosse, a annoncé aujourd’hui 4 juillet que la Nouvelle-Écosse allait lever les dernières restrictions liées à la COVID-19 le mercredi 6 juillet.
Public Works -- NEW WORK
Natural Resources and Renewables -- Starting at noon today, July 4, hunters can apply for one of 4,785 antlerless deer hunting stamps for the 2022 hunting season.
Premier's Office -- Premier Tim Houston, cabinet ministers and Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw Chiefs held their first joint meeting today, June 30, discussing a wide range of issues and building relationships.
Public Works -- NEW WORK
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- La Nouvelle-Écosse signale 1 491 nouveaux cas de COVID-19 confirmés en laboratoire, 28 hospitalisations et 4 décès liés à la COVID-19 au cours de la période de sept jours se terminant le 27 juin. Le nombre de nouveaux cas confirmés par un test PCR a légèrement augmenté comparativement à la semaine dernière, mais le nombre d'éclosions dans les établissements de soins de longue durée, d'hospitalisations et de décès a diminué.
COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness -- Nova Scotia is reporting 1,491 new lab-confirmed cases of COVID-19, 28 hospitalizations and four deaths during the seven-day period ending June 27. The number of new PCR-positive tests has increased slightly compared to the previous reporting period; however, long-term care outbreaks, hospital admissions and deaths have decreased.
Education and Early Childhood Development -- Becky Druhan, Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development, congratulated students and staff on another successful school year today, June 30, the last day of classes.