A commemorative event marking HMCS Kootenay Day will take place Monday at 10 a.m. at the Damage Control Training Facility, 11245 John Brackett Dr., Herring Cove, Halifax Regional Municipality. ...

Many businesses need more people with specialized skills and technical trades. Starting this fall, government began covering the cost of tuition for apprentices returning to the classroom for their technical training. ...

Foster parents do an amazing job helping young Nova Scotians when they need it most, and we know the costs of participating in activities can be challenging,” “Recreation is vital for the physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and young people. This funding will...

The grants support community groups and organizations, including youth and marginalized communities such as African Nova Scotians, First Nations, and the LGBTQI+ community, to reach out to their peers and help put creative prevention initiatives into practice....

The province recently invested more money in the Export Growth Program so more businesses can find customers in other markets. This support will help with the cost of trade shows and conferences, travel to markets, and partnering on trade missions....

The health authority's recruitment team will attend the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Careers Fair Oct. 20-21 in London, England, and has asked Nova Scotia Immigration and the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia for their help and expertise. ...

Government has set a bold target to reduce red tape - saving Nova Scotia businesses $25 million annually. In addition, a new approach is now in place whereby every $1 of new regulation costs to business must be offset by $1 in savings. ...

Applying online or on your mobile phone is the fastest way to receive the rebate. Those who apply online can also check the status of their application using the online system. People registered for direct deposit with the Canada Revenue Agency will have their rebate...

The program promotes community and national development, while participants learn the life skills that lead to personal growth and achievement. More than 4,000 Nova Scotians, age 14 to 25, participate in the program each year. This is the 45th anniversary of the award in Nova...

Nova Scotia needs more people who can provide a safe, loving, and nurturing environment for children in need of temporary homes. It is important to have foster families that reflect the province’s diversity to ensure children maintain their language and culture. ...