Mr. Speaker I rise today to congratulate the congregation of the William Black Memorial United Church on celebrating their 200th anniversary year. The William Black Memorial United Church is one of the oldest largely unaltered surviving Methodist Churches in Nova Scotia, and is listed on Canada’s Historic Places registry. In 1821...

The province's COVID-19 immunization program is expanding to include some pharmacy clinics and community healthcare providers, additional cases of both the South African and UK variants have been announced, and a special property tax rebate program was announced for some small businesses....

With cases rising, tighter restrictions will return in areas of Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and some neighbouring municipalities....

This post about staying safe and engaged is the fourth and final post with information about snow clearing and roads after snowfall or winter storms....

This post about how to get information about winter operations and road conditions is the third of a few posts to share important information about what we should expect from the Province after snowfall or winter storms....

Government, in partnership with the Forestry Transition Team, is inviting private woodland owners to complete an online survey. This research will help government and its partners better understand the needs, values, interests and motivations for private land use, as well as management practices. Online focus...

The Redefining Retirement program will be available again (virtually across Nova Scotia) on February 24, 2021.  Redefining Retirement is a five-part workshop series that helps older adults (typically 55+) answer the question: what am I going to do when I retire? In contrast to the...

Health officials provided an update on Nova Scotia's immunization plan that includes two long-term care clinics, a hospital clinic, plans for additional storage, and new community clinics....

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