• Thursday, September 29, 2016

    New Guide for Mi’kmaq Community Supports Children

    Let’s Play Together / Toqi milita’nej, a Guide for Parents of 4-Year-Olds was launched at the Mi’kmaq Child Development Centre in Halifax today, Sept. 29. The launch featured a reading circle for four-year-olds in the Aboriginal Head Start program with Mi’Kmaw linguist and author Bernie Francis. The guide was designed to help Mi’Kmaq families support […]

  • Thursday, September 29, 2016

    Nova Scotia Urges Fair Access for Lobster Exports

    Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell underlined the importance of fair access to export markets for Nova Scotia lobster to the standing committee on international trade today, Sept. 29, in Halifax. “We’re Canada’s leading seafood exporter and every market is important to our lobster industry,” said Mr. Colwell. “Losing the European market, which accounted for […]

  • Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    Stronger Health-care Teams Across Nova Scotia

    Fourteen thousand more Nova Scotians will have access to primary care, thanks to the addition of 22 new nursing positions across the province. Government is giving Nova Scotia Health Authority an extra $3.6 million to hire 13 more nurse practitioners and nine family practice nurses. The mix of professionals may change, depending on community needs […]

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