Les résidents d'Inverness et de Chéticamp, et les francophones de la région de Sydney pourront tirer profit de deux projets communautaires qui reçoivent l'appui du gouvernement provincial.
Residents of Inverness and Cheticamp, and French-speaking people in the Sydney area will benefit from two community projects that are receiving support from the provincial government.
Residents of Tatamagouche and the North Shore will soon be able to experience cultural events, festivals and programs in a new arts centre, as part of the Creamery Square development.
Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) has authorized a $1.5 million loan guarantee to assist Ledwidge Lumber in establishing a new private-sector line of credit.
Manulife, an anchor financial services employer in the province announced plans today, July 29, to continue expanding operations in Halifax.
An analytics software developer is expanding its operations in Nova Scotia to service the increasing demand for its products internationally.
Government is changing how its economic development department and agencies do business, positioning the private sector to lead economic growth.
Residents in more rural areas of Cape Breton's Victoria County will soon have access to improved cellular coverage and Internet services through new mobile network technology.
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