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Nova Scotia Justice 13h
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Those who cannot attend in person can submit written feedback to accessibility@novascotia.ca
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Nova Scotia Justice 14h
Join us tomorrow night at the NSCC Lunenburg Campus in Bridgewater to discuss what an accessible Nova Scotia looks like and what's needed to get us there. More info on the session can be found at
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Nova Scotia Justice 15h
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To guide the discussion and feedback, you can review the consultation report with findings from targeted focus groups, an online survey and a review of other jurisdictions. The report is available at
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Nova Scotia Justice 15h
Have your say on what an accessible Nova Scotia looks like. Join us tonight at the NSCC Burridge Campus form 6 - 8:30 PM.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 18
Have your say on what an accessible Nova Scotia looks like. Join us Tuesday, at 6 PM at the NSCC Burridge Campus to discuss how communities and individuals can contribute to an accessible Nova Scotia.
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Nova Scotia Courts May 17
Just a reminder that the NS Courts will not sit on (Monday, May 21, 2018). Court matters will resume as scheduled on Tuesday. Have a safe & happy long weekend everyone!
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Nova Scotia Justice May 18
DYK - Correctional Services staff actively support local charities? Check out staff from the Central NS Correctional Facility and Sheriff Services at their first annual truck pull in support of KidSport
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Nova Scotia Justice May 17
Kevin Murphy, Speaker of the House of Assembly, introduced a group of children to the concept of living with a disability through stories & hands-on activities. The Read.Ability session took place today – Global Accessibility Day - at the Musquodoboit Harbour Library.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 17
Congratulations to our 2018 Correctional Services Employee Recognition Award recipients!
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Nova Scotia Gov. May 17
Correctional Services Week Recognized
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Gerry Post May 16
Full House for 1st Course Accessible Bldg Certification Thanks 4 support from
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Nova Scotia Justice May 16
Great example of businesses and community organizations working to build a more accessible Nova Scotia.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 16
In honour of , May 13 – 19, recognizes the more than 700 Correctional Services employees for making a positive impact on the correctional system and directly contributing to the safety of our communities.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 16
The Correctional Services flag was raised today at Province House by Mark Furey, Minister of Justice, and provincial correctional services staff.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 16
Survivors of sexual assault will have access to 11 more lawyers providing free, independent legal advice.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 15
Media also had a chance to attend the Community Resources Fair. The fair is going on today and has over 20 community reps avaiable to share info & opportunities for inmates that will help with rehabilitation and reinegration into the community.
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Nova Scotia Justice May 15
This week is . We were pleased to welcome media to the Central Nova Scotia Correctional Facility today to view renovations and see the direct supervision model.
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NSLegalAid May 11
We're hiring a family lawyer in our Sydney Office. Details here:
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Nova Scotia Justice May 12
A big shout out to , and especially Jennifer Stairs, for organizing and hosting this important event. Also thanks to the fabulous speakers from media and the legal professions who made this such a success.
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Nova Scotia Courts May 12
We'll spend the remainder of the morning speaking with of Denise Smith from the NSPPS & Dana Bowden of Victim Services. Tune in at
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