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Press releases from the Government of Nova Scotia. Distributed by Communications Nova Scotia.
Updated: 3 hours 24 min ago
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- INVERNESS COUNTY: Highway 105, Whycocomagh
Communities, Culture and Heritage -- Nova Scotian and visiting rockhounds and geoscience enthusiasts will gather this weekend in Parrsboro for one of the oldest gem and mineral shows in Canada.
Health and Wellness -- Soon, patients in Inverness will be able to get CT scans close to home.
Internal Services -- Three-digit numbers used for emergencies and other services will not be affected by the change to 10-digit dialing that comes into effect on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Premier's Office -- Premier Stephen McNeil offered condolences today, Aug. 12, to the family and friends of the late Purdy Crawford.
Natural Resources / Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- Glencore has reached a tentative agreement with a company that could see the Donkin coal mine in Cape Breton brought into production.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 102, Exit 0 Ramp Closures
Human Rights Commission -- An independent human rights board of inquiry will conduct a followup hearing Friday, Aug. 15, on the remedy the Tri-County Regional School Board and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) owes to James Holland for discrimination based on age.
Education and Early Childhood Development -- Sites have been chosen and approved for new, state-of-the-art schools in Tatamagouche and Bible Hill.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- RICHMOND COUNTY: Highway 4
Community Services / Housing Nova Scotia -- More seniors will soon be able to live at Enfield Manor as part of a $1.5-million renovation that includes increased accessibility, four new units and the installation of a new elevator.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- NEW WORK ---
Community Services / Housing Nova Scotia -- NOTE: A list of senior and social housing that will get funding announced today follows this release. Social housing for seniors will be repaired, upgraded and revitalized with a $5-million government investment.
Health and Wellness -- Emergency funding has been approved for two new ultrasound machines at St. Martha's Hospital in Antigonish.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- VICTORIA COUNTY: Englishtown Ferry
Environment -- A water quality report on the Annapolis Valley watersheds is a reminder to be careful when using surface water.
Community Services -- A new federal-provincial housing agreement means more seniors, families and persons with disabilities in the province will be able to find an affordable place to call home.
Human Rights Commission -- A decision by an independent human rights board of inquiry has found that a former employee of the Black Educators Association was discriminated against.
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- YARMOUTH COUNTY: Hebron
Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal -- CONTINUING WORK