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NSLegalAid 22h
Do you need information or advice on a social justice (income & housing) matter? We’re out in the community on Tuesday (Oct. 23) at the EHCO Hub in Spryfield. Walk-in and appointments available with a NSLA lawyer. Details:
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Nova Scotia Courts Oct 19
Justice John Bodurtha takes the oath of office & is presented with his judicial robes & a big hug from Associate Chief Justice Deborah Smith!
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Halifax_Police Oct 18
On Oct. 21 peace officers from across N.S. will march from Police HQ to Grand Parade for the Fallen Peace Officers’ Memorial Service. The ceremony begins at 1 p.m. Public is invited to remember & honour those who gave their lives in service of others.
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Nova Scotia Justice Oct 17
A big thank you to the team at Justice and across government who worked so hard on bringing legalization of recreational cannabis to Nova Scotia.
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RCMP Oct 17
Now that recreational cannabis is legal, it doesn't mean you can drive after consuming it.
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Nova Scotia Justice Oct 17
Deputy Minister Karen Hudson is outlining actions underway to strengthen the Maintenance Enforcement Program.
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paul brothers Oct 17
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Nova Scotia Legislature Oct 16
will meet with tomorrow at 9 am regarding the Maintenance Enforcement Program.
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Health & Wellness Oct 16
Cannabis will be legal tomorrow. Some of the long-term effects on the body of smoking cannabis are similar to the effects of smoking tobacco and can include risks to your lungs. Get more information about the health effects of cannabis here:
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Nova Scotia Gov. Oct 16
Cannabis will be legal tomorrow. is the only authorized retailer of cannabis in Nova Scotia. For more information visit:
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Nova Scotia Justice Oct 16
More businesses are leading the way with positive changes to make Nova Scotia an accessible province.
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Nova Scotia Courts Oct 16
Replying to @NS_Justice @NSBS and 3 others
UPDATE: The power will be out at the Port Hawkesbury courthouse until at least 4pm today. Prov Court will resume briefly to adjourn matters to another date. There will be no front counter staff while the power is out
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Nova Scotia Courts Oct 16
Power outages are currently affecting court services at the Port Hawkesbury courthouse. Power should be restored this afternoon. Stay tuned for updates on when the building will reopen
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Nova Scotia Justice Oct 12
Replying to @NS_Justice
This plan will be developed in collaboration with stakeholders, including the disability community and the restaurant industry.
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Nova Scotia Justice Oct 12
In keeping with our continued commitment to an accessible Nova Scotia, government will fast track the development of an action plan that will ensure the decision of a human rights board of inquiry is implemented.
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Nova Scotia Courts Oct 11
We're pleased to announce that The Hon. John Bodurtha, the newest Justice of the Supreme Court of NS, will be officially sworn in at a robing ceremony in Halifax on Friday, Oct. 19:
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RCMP Oct 5
Missing and murdered Indigenous women is a major issue in Canada, and the needs your help in solving these cases. For the next 10 weeks, we will be profiling individual cases as part of our annual social media campaign.
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RCMP, Nova Scotia Oct 5
If you see a driver who is an immediate threat to road safety, call 911 and pass the following information along, if possible: - description of vehicle & driver - licence plate number - direction vehicle is travelling
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Nova Scotia Justice Oct 5
On , DOJ and Minister salute all of our great Correctional Services teachers, who make a difference in the lives of inmates, helping them achieve success getting high school/NSCC credits, upgrading their literacy skills, or completing their GED.
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NS Human Rights Oct 4
Send in your nominations for the 2018 Awards and help to recognize our community leaders. Deadline is Nov 9.
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