“The policy is intended to help improve student attendance through a balance of supports, incentives and consequences, withou...21 September, 2017
“We will be working with Nova Scotians to build on a stronger province,” said Premier Stephen McNeil. “We are listening to th...20 September, 2017
Today, Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc will resume the first session of the 63rd general assembly of the Nova Scotia legislature by reading the speech from the throne.
At the beginning of each new general assembly after a general election and each new session after a prorogation, there is a ceremonial opening of the House, with the Lieutenant Governor delivering the Speech from the Throne. The Speech from the Throne is written by the government and states the government’s program in very general terms.
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Nova Scotia's first Accessibility Act has been proclaimed - a historically important part of our government's commitment to a more inclusive province for all.
Read the release: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20170918001
The Nova Scotia Government is looking to hire snow plow operators for this winter season.
If you are interested in a challenging position operating heavy equipment, and you have a Class 3 license or greater, with Air Brake endorsement, then we want to hear from you. Stop by the Transportation base at 50 Ilsley Ave, Burnside to meet the team (8am - 1pm).