The biannual call for applications for Nova Scotia’s many agencies, boards, and commissions are now open.
I encourage you to take the time to support our local entrepreneurs. Whether it’s through a purchase, a kind word of encouragement, or a social media shout-out, let’s show our appreciation and gratitude for their hard work and dedication.
This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign is focused on “Cooking safety starts with YOU. Pay attention to fire prevention,” and works to educate everyone about simple but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe when cooking.
Nova Scotians are invited to share feedback about the Children and Family Services Act.
Nominations for the 2023 Nova Scotia Human Rights Awards are now open, nominate an individual Nova Scotian and/or groups who demonstrate excellence in this area.
To keep improving how decisions are made, understanding community vulnerabilities, and mitigate emergency risks and hazards, the Halifax Regional Municipality Emergency Management Division is conducting a Hazard, Risk and Vulnerability Assessment.
Share your appreciation for community heroes by submitting a Member’s Statement to be shared in the Fall Legislature.
Nova Scotia’s natural wonders are counting on us, together we can ensure that the landscapes we cherish remain vibrant and untouched for years to come. Contribute to Nova Scotia’s future by participating in the Protected Areas Strategy survey.
As we enter the peak of hurricane season, the importance of readiness cannot be overstated. The powerful winds, heavy rain, and potential devastation associated with hurricanes underscore the significance of proactive measures.
The Nia Summit provides African Nova Scotian/Black youth the opportunity to take part in an event created by their peers, one that addresses their unique needs, amplifies their voices, and facilitates community-building.