Municipalities in Cape Breton are working together to help businesses grow by forming Nova Scotia's fourth regional enterprise network.
Proposed amendments to the Apprenticeship and Trades Qualifications Act introduced today, Oct. 24, will help more apprentices complete their training sooner and easier.
New legislation, introduced today, Oct. 22, positions the private sector to lead and drive economic growth, and increases accountability for results.
Dozens of Nova Scotia businesses will be looking for opportunities to sell their goods and services in new markets with support from government.
The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency has appointed Marjorie Davison as its first chief executive officer.
Slyce is growing and creating more jobs in New Waterford to meet increasing customer demand.
NOTE: Information on several of this year's recipients follows this release.
Graduate students at universities across the province have been awarded scholarships, helping them stay in Nova Scotia to do research that could lead to jobs, new products and more opportunities.
CNS Accounting Solutions Ltd. is opening its first Canadian office in Halifax.
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