Government is adding 16 new seats to Dalhousie University’s Medical School. The new seats will be for Nova Scotians and mean more doctors will be educated in the province. The focus will be on students from three groups: rural communities, Mi’kmaq and other Indigenous peoples, and...

A new grant program to support communities trying to attract and keep doctors and their families is open for applications. Government has launched the $200,000 Healthy Communities Stream under the Culture Innovation Fund. It is meant to help community leaders successfully connect new doctors to communities. “The...

Because health care is so often in the news, I want to share with you some of the work your provincial government has undertaken to improve services and infrastructure in Nova Scotia. These are some of the recent improvements: * The government worked with Doctors Nova Scotia...

Warm weather means busy beaches and Nova Scotia’s lifeguards will be supervising swimmers starting Saturday, June 29. “Nova Scotians enjoy our many beautiful beaches knowing that there are highly trained lifeguards,” said Lands and Forestry Minister Iain Rankin. “I encourage everyone to have fun at our...

A new immigration pilot—and changes to existing streams—will attract more entrepreneurs and skilled workers to the province....