The centre will host its first client event, the Canadian Junior Weightlifting Championships, on Jan. 20, 2018 followed by Brides 2018, the Halifax Business Awards and the National Franchise Show. Many of the national and international events booked for the new facility have been attracted...

The flag raising at Province House in Halifax, marked the beginning of HIV/AIDS Awareness Week in Nova Scotia which ends on Dec. 1, the 29th annual World AIDS Day. It is also the first day of Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week in Canada. ...

Government announced today, Nov. 23, it is partnering with the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters Association and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA) to help up to 32 Nova Scotia companies improve work processes and produce higher-quality, lower-cost products more quickly....

The province, in partnership with the Business Education Council, is inviting students in Grades Six to 12 in Nova Scotia public schools to apply for the first Minister’s Entrepreneurship Award of Excellence. ...

The Commission on Inclusive Education’s public engagement phase starts on Tuesday, Nov. 21, with public workshops, an online survey and other ways for people to share their stories....

The cookbook features a selection of historic recipes from the archives that were given a modern interpretation by chefs, including 2017 Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Ambassador Award Winner Chef Chris Velden from the Flying Apron Inn and Cookery, Summerville, Hants Co. ...

The auction is at 10 a.m., Saturday, Nov. 25, at Auction Advantage, 40 Orion Ct., Woodside Industrial Park, Dartmouth. The items can be viewed on auction day between 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. ...

November 16, 2017 There are many great discussions taking place today at the Nova Scotia Sino-Canadian Trade Summit today at Saint Mary’s University, Sobey School of Business. I was fortunate to meet with Mr. Xia Xiang, Trade Counsellor, Embassy of China and to better understand how the...