Updates

With renovations underway for the new Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE), potential tenants and members are encouraged to contribute to its final design. A request for information was issued today, March 9, to learn from local, national and international businesses about their design...

Government is seeking feedback from stakeholders on the key elements of a new cap and trade program to ensure it is effective in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, is flexible and adaptable, and supports a competitive economy. Nova Scotia currently leads all provinces in cutting greenhouse...

The province will improve its support of women, children and other victims of sexual assault in the criminal justice system, including hiring two special prosecutors in the Public Prosecution Service to handle sexual assault cases and opening a new Domestic Violence Court in Halifax Regional...

Sixteen teams of young innovators spent the weekend building apps, websites and models and pitching their ideas to judges as part of the province's first open data contest at Dalhousie University. First place was awarded to Sunil Udhayakumar, Keerthana Mohan, Siddharth Thangharaj and Rasheed Andrews...

Seafood exporters in the province have a new brand, Nova Scotia Seafood, to promote products in international markets. Establishing an effective seafood brand will help give Nova Scotia a competitive advantage in those key global markets and will also help communicate Nova Scotia's key attributes...

The province and Dalhousie University are inviting youth to innovate using data at an open data contest. The contest will challenge participants to use data from Nova Scotia's open data portal to come up with a unique product, like a website, app or model, that...