Ensuring students’ continued safety, well-being and learning during the COVID-19 pandemic is a top priority. That’s why today, our government announced significant new investments in healthy food programs, math and literacy programs, personal protective equipment for staff and students, and other initiatives to keep schools safe. The...

As of today, Dec. 3, Nova Scotia has 119 active cases of COVID-19. Eleven new cases were identified Wednesday, Dec. 2. Nine of the new cases are in Central Zone. The other two cases are in Northern Zone. "As we get closer to another weekend under tighter...

Today is the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This is a time to reflect on the barriers and challenges individuals living with disabilities face at home, at work, and in our communities. Today is a reminder that we must face these challenges together. In Canada,...

Two mobile testing units are now operational to support more COVID-19 testing in communities that need it. The mobile units are vans that can travel to a community or setting. They are staffed by public health team members trained in testing and investigation processes, such as...

As of today, Nov. 26, Nova Scotia has 114 active cases of COVID-19. Fourteen new cases are being reported today. Twelve of the new cases are in Central Zone. One case is in Northern Zone and the other case is in Western Zone. "New restrictions have...

We know many Nova Scotians have to worry about having a safe, warm place to call home. These worries are only amplified by the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s why our government is taking concrete steps to protect renters from excessive rent increases and evictions due to renovations. Effective immediately,...

I had a wonderful time Tuesday evening on Zoom for the 6th Annual MSVU Bachelor of Tourism and Hospitality Management Program. I was so impressed with the engagement of the attendees, as the meeting was almost two and half hours long! This was hosted by the Tourism...

To turn the tide of COVID-19 infections in Nova Scotia, Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang, chief medical officer of health, announced new restrictions in Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) and across the province on November 24th. New restrictions will come into force at 12:01 a.m....

Until December 18, 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery is hosting an art gallery featuring work by Nova Scotian artists that showcases the Blue Mountain-Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area. Individuals can visit the gallery during regular business hours or can book a private tour for you and...

Are you a child or youth interested in musical theatre, music, acting, improv, dancing, singing or comic books? Halifax Regional Arts is offering a variety of FREE online programming for students in P-12 available through Google Classroom! The full list of programs is available here: https://sites.google.com/...