Women from Nova Scotia were recognized and celebrated today, March 7, at Government House in Halifax with the women's legacy reception and a book launch.
The event was held to mark International Women's Day, which is Saturday, March 8, held annually around the world to honour the contributions of women to society.
The link below is about poor snow removal causing commuters to park off terminal and getting tickets. I have had people tweet about this issue at me as well.
Even when no snow is present, there are times when the parking lot is full, especially at the Cobequid one.
Last night, (March 6) around 11 P.M., I started receiving and reading tweets about a huge BOOM in the area. There has not been any official explanation and there may not be, but it’s fun to speculate! Take a peek at some of the convo:
@sackvilleinside: @sack_vegas wtf was that huge boom in sackville? It was loud enough could have been in Bedford.
Friday, March 7, 2014 (Halifax, NS) - Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency reminds residents when you change the time on your clock this weekend (Sunday, March 9) remember to change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms
Only workingsmoke alarms save lives.
Please visit halifax.ca/fireprevention to learn more.
A lifesaving message from Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency.
Nova Scotia Museum sites in regions across the province are offering unique activities for families and visitors during March break.
"March break is an excellent opportunity to spend time with your family, and what better way than to visit a museum in your area," said Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Tony Ince.
STI provides over a million patients in Canada with more choice in their medications and is now looking to expand even more.
From a three-person start-up company, to helping millions of patients save money on their brand name prescriptions, STI Technologies Inc.