The site of the two new schools on Broad Street has been cleared. The Request for Proposals (RFPs) for the design and construction of the new pre-primary – grade 8 school and the grade 9 – 12 high school have closed and the bids are...

Human trafficking and sexual exploitation are devastating to victims and survivors, families and entire communities. That is why government is investing more into programs, services and supports that will raise awareness, prevention and directly help victims and survivors, with an added focus on Mi’kmaw and African...

Government is making it easier for Nova Scotians to vote for their Member of the Legislature and better support those who wish to serve their communities and fellow citizens by running for office. Attorney General and Minister of Justice Mark Furey, introduced over 40 changes to...

Nova Scotians deserve the opportunity to grow and thrive in workplaces that value fairness and equality. That is why government is taking action to address the gender wage gap. Amendments to the Labour Standards Code introduced today, Feb. 20, will help ensure that the salary of...

The forestry sector needs time to diversify and move toward a sustainable future. That is why the transition fund announced in December will be placed in trust – so it is available for use over multiple years. The amount will be topped back up to $50...