Twelve communities across Nova Scotia are welcoming 23 new nurses. As a result, up to 14,000 more Nova Scotians are gaining access to primary care. Thirteen nurse practitioners and 10 family practice nurses are joining existing collaborative care teams across the province....

Nova Scotians should be proud of our province’s vibrant history of social enterprise, an emerging sector that strengthens communities, creates jobs, engages youth, grows entrepreneurship, attracts investment, and helps better our society and environment....

The sportfishing season is now open and Nova Scotians are encouraged to head to one of the province’s waterways to take part. Sportfishing in Nova Scotia generates more than $58 million annually and has a large impact on the province's rural economies. Last season, general...

The province is investing $974,000 to reduce wait-lists for psychological educational assessments. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey, announced today, April 6, a plan with Mount Saint Vincent University to work with registered psychologists to address the needs of the more than 300...

Funding for film and television projects is being adjusted to meet anticipated demand in 2017-18. An additional $6.9 million will be added to the Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund....