• Friday, November 27, 2015

    Lobster Fishermen Reminded of Safety as Season Starts

    Lobster fishermen in southwest Nova Scotia are reminded to stay safe as they launch the start of their season Monday, Nov. 30. “Fishermen have led the change to improve safety across the fishing industry with more man-overboard training and an increased use of personal flotation devices,” said Kelly Regan, Minister of Labour and Advanced Education. […]

  • Friday, November 27, 2015

    Amendments to Municipal Elections Act Will Make Voting Easier

    Amendments to the Municipal Elections Act introduced today, Nov. 27, will make it easier to vote in municipal and school board elections. “Our democratic society is grounded in our right to choose the people who govern us, but many people don’t vote in municipal and school board elections,” said Municipal Affairs Minister Zach Churchill. “With […]

  • Friday, November 27, 2015

    Legislation Formally Merges Accounting Bodies Into One

    Professional accountants in Nova Scotia will be governed by one organization, Chartered Professional Accountants of Nova Scotia, as the province completes the required legislation to merge the three former accounting bodies. Legislation introduced today, Nov. 27, will merge the certified general accountants, certified management accountants, and chartered accountants as chartered professional accountants in Nova Scotia. […]

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