Significant investments in supports, services and programs will have a direct impact for children and students in Cape Breton this school year. ...

“Our first year focused on the most urgent concerns – saving lives with naloxone and getting more people into treatment programs,” said Mr. Delorey. “We know opioid use and overdose remains an issue in our communities. We will continue to work with our partners and...

Thanks to $36,500 in provincial funding, Cape Bretoners will see more bike lanes, bike racks for buses, and an assessment of a popular active transportation route....

Government is supporting Nova Scotia’s diverse cultural heritage by investing in improvements to community halls and other public spaces where people gather....