Edie Shaw-Ewald has lived in Tantallon for 18 years with her husband, Mike and their two sons. She is the Registered Dietitian at the Tantallon Atlantic Superstore. Edie’s approach to a healthy lifestyle includes delicious and nutritious food usually prepared at home, meals with family and...

The Nova Scotia Legislature is once again in session. As it opened on September 6th, I took some time to reflect back on the past year. It has been a pleasure to see how your government is making decisions in the best interests of all Nova...

Service Nova Scotia Minister Geoff MacLellan tabled changes to the Senior Citizens’ Property Tax Rebate Act today, Sept. 20 that will help more low-income seniors access the program. The rebate program provides up to $800 on municipal property taxes paid during the previous tax year. Eligibility criteria...

Government is funding nine new specialist positions. “By adding more specialist physicians to the health-care system, we can address needs in certain areas, improve access and reduce wait times for Nova Scotians,” said Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey. Recruitment is underway, and Nova Scotia Health Authority...

Nova Scotia has received its highest-ever credit rating from Standard and Poor’s bond-rating agency. The agency cited strong fiscal management as it upgraded the province’s long-term credit rating from A+ to AA- with a stable outlook. In the agency’s credit report, it notes that the province is...