HALIFAX: The provincial government announced an investment of more than $134,000 through the Community Food Literacy and Access Fund to improve access to affordable and healthy food while building food literacy. So far this...
CANSO: On Saturday, October 24, the Canso Lions Club had a steady lineup of adults and children for the free community BBQ/take-out project. The successful BBQ was sponsored by the Department of Energy, Nova...
Photos by Jake BoudrotDespite the rain, wind and cool temperatures, 150 guests pre-registered for the event on October 25, including parents and children. “Trunk or Treat” is part...
PORT HAWKESBURY: With all the public health restrictions they have to abide by, as a result of COVID-19, the Royal Canadian Legion had to make some innovative changes to the 2020 Poppy Campaign. Each...
ANTIGONISH: A campus/community coalition is organizing a rally and march tomorrow for Take Back the Night.  This is an annual event to raise awareness about gender-based and sexual violence and to support victim/survivors impacted...
HALIFAX: The province is helping first responder organizations buy more than $1.25 million of emergency equipment. “Many of these organizations are supported by volunteers, who put hours of their own time into training and...
OTTAWA: The Government of Canada is investing $50,000 in a project in Nova Scotia through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities on behalf of the federal government.
HALIFAX: The province is using agricultural lime to reduce the effects of acid rain and support restoration of trout and wild Atlantic salmon habitat in the West River near Sheet Harbour and the St. Mary’s River watershed...
WINNIPEG, MANITOBA: Nine organizations from across Canada are the second cohort selected to test innovative solutions that will improve the lives of women and girls in developing countries. The successful organizations will be awarded...
DARTMOUTH: Pharmacy teams across the province are encouraging Nova Scotians to get their flu shot. “Although we are still waiting for a COVID vaccine, we have an effective vaccine for the flu already and...




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