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Opinion: Govt wants to hear about home care

There has been a lot of talk lately about home care in our province. I would like to be clear that government is absolutely committed to quality home care in Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotians want to stay in their homes as long as possible and this government is committed to helping people do just that. To support people, we need a well-funded, quality home-care system that meets the needs of Nova Scotians.

Hillcrest playgound part of $1.7 million govt recreation spend

$207,180 in government grants to South Coast recreation projects were announced today, including $38,000 for a new playground at Hillcrest Academy in Shelburne.

Continuing care strategy delay unacceptable, says d'Entremont

Progressive Conservative Health critic Chris d’Entremont says in  news release Friday that it is unacceptable that seniors and their families have to wait while the McNeil Liberals delay the unveiling of their Continuing Care Strategy.

No tax rate increase for Shelburne muni

No new user fees or area rates

Wednesday drills start for season

Opinion: Nova Scotia students are not illiterate

Every day in Nova Scotia our students and graduates are doing wonderful things that should be celebrated. In this province we have talented students, supportive parents and teachers who are committed to student success.

Learn To Camp At Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park

Nova Scotians have until July 7 to register for a fun July weekend in Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park, Yarmouth Co., where they can learn about camping and other outdoor activities.

According to a news release Tuesday, on July 18-19 the province will re-offer its Learn2Camp program. Tents and meals will be provided and participants need only bring bedding and some personal items.

Dock Street art pop-up in Shelburne continues

There continues to be a series of "art happenings" on Shelburne's Dock street 3:00pm on sporatic days this summer.

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