The auditor general’s fall report includes chapters on environmental assessments, climate change management, accounting for contaminated sites and previous audits related to the environment....

Several hundred school children will attend the tree-cutting ceremony from the Whycocogomagh Education Centre, the We’koqma’q Mi’kmaw School, and the Inverness Education Centre. The minister will be joined by Chief Rod Googoo and Tiny Cremo of Waycobah First Nation, television meteorologist Cindy Day and Santa...

In this session, government’s balanced 2017-18 operating budget and legislation focused on strengthening health care and education, keeping communities safe and connected, and making investments to grow the economy....

Nova Scotia’s provincial parks had a record number of visitors again this year. The provincial park system welcomed 78,025 campsite bookings, an increase of 13 per cent over last year....

These investments from the trust helped attract an additional $9.9 million from the federal government, and $9.7 million from other Nova Scotia partners and in-kind contributions....

The funding will benefit Special Olympians with new uniforms and equipment, help with transportation and accommodation costs, and support future development of athletes, including outreach to First Nations. ...