Spring in Nova Scotia means warmer weather and spending time outdoors in the sun, but to stay safe the province encourages everyone to do tick checks. Nova Scotia is home to several species of ticks, including blacklegged ticks which can carry the bacteria responsible for Lyme...

On April 17, Attorney General and Justice Minister Mark Furey issued a moratorium, effective immediately, on street checks of pedestrians and passengers in motor vehicles until further notice. The directive was issued to all police officers in Nova Scotia, and specifies that no activity conducted...

2018 was Nova Scotia's best tourism revenue year on record, with revenues reaching an estimated $2.61 Billion, which is a 0.3 per cent increase compared to updated 2017 revenue estimates of $2.60 billion. The increase in revenue is despite a small decrease of net visitors...

As part of year three of a four-year rollout to increase pre-primary access in Nova Scotia, this September 56 new schools will start to offer the program, expanding access to hundreds of additional families. The program will see the total number of schools in Nova Scotia...

On April 5, as part of the commemorations for Province House’s 200th anniversary, Speaker of the House of Assembly Kevin Murphy and Minister for Gaelic Affairs Randy Delorey unveiled the official Nova Scotia House of Assembly Tartan. The official designation was brought about through House...

April 1rst, Nova Scotia held the 45th annual Provincial Volunteer Award Ceremony, and is part of National Volunteer Week. Held in honour of the selfless contributions of volunteers, the ceremony is an important part of recognizing the importance of volunteerism in our province. More than 70...

The Council of the Federation Literacy Award is given out each year to adult learners in each province and territory, who have been for demonstrating the learning and leadership progress in their community, workplace or school. Nova Scotia is asking citizens to nominate individuals for the...

Thanks to rescheduling efforts on the part of Premier Stephen McNeil and China's Ambassador to Canada Lu Shaye, a Nova Scotian art exhibit celebrating the works of Maud Lewis and six other contemporary female artists will travel to China on a cultural trade mission this...