Monday, January 27, 2020

Three premiers join to pursue small modular nuclear technology

Three provincial premiers are committing to the development of small modular nuclear reactors are part of the solution to reduce emissions. Ontario Premier Doug Ford,...

Nova Scotia issues RFP for the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project

The Government of Nova Scotia has issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project that will result in improved...

$29.5 million parking strategy approved for QEII New Generation project

The Government of Nova Scotia has announced another step in the QEll New Generation project to make way for new construction on the Halifax...

N.B. investing in Port of Belledune infrastructure

The provincial government in New Brunswick is investing $7 million to increase capacity at the Port of Belledune. “Our investment will allow the port to...

New health care centre coming to Middleton

Construction has started on a new, larger health-care centre in Middleton, Nova Scotia that will better meet the needs of the area and the...

Dialysis unit construction moving forward in Dartmouth

The Government of Nova Scotia is moving ahead with an expansion of the dialysis unit at Dartmouth General Hospital. Government has approved $7.46 million to...

N.S. seeks construction manager for Cape Breton Regional Hospital expansion

The Government of Nova Scotia is inviting bids from companies interested in managing the construction of a major expansion at the Cape Breton Regional...

Nova Scotia furthers commitment to tidal energy

The Nova Scotia Government is making changes to the Marine Renewable-energy Act to ensure the province continues its progress in developing tidal technologies and...

Nova Scotia proposes changes to Expropriation Act

The Government of Nova Scotia has introduced legislation introduced that will provide clarity to the Expropriation Act and support continued infrastructure investments. Attorney General and...

Nova Scotia invests nearly $1M in water, wastewater, and flood infrastructure

Eight communities across Nova Scotia will receive more than $922,000 for water and wastewater projects through the Provincial Capital Assistance Program. “We heard from municipalities,...

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