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by Nova Scotia on November 07, 2019
Order of Nova Scotia Recipient 2019: Dr. Elizabeth Cromwell (Posthumous) C.M. [Birchtown]
by Nova Scotia on November 07, 2019
Dr. Elizabeth Cromwell, C.M. is an African Nova Scotian and a Black Loyalist descendant of great strength, vision and perseverance. She spent the majority of her career as a Caseworker Supervisor with the Shelburne County Children’s Aid Society. ... Read full article
by Nova Scotia on November 07, 2019
Order of Nova Scotia Recipient 2019: Francis Dorrington [New Glasgow]
by Nova Scotia on November 07, 2019
Growing up in a racially segregated Nova Scotia in the 1930’s and 40’s, Francis Dorrington wasn’t able to drink coke with his teammates in a restaurant after winning a basketball game. ... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on November 04, 2019
Android's Unremovable Malware Infects 40,000 plus phones So Far
by Victor NYANGULE on November 04, 2019
It's not common for Android phone users to be target of malware of which is hardly surprising that there are more than 2 billion plus active Android devices out there. Remember that cyber criminal will always follow the money. ... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on November 01, 2019
EXPRESS MOVING is proud to announce the launch of their new website
by Victor NYANGULE on November 01, 2019
EXPRESS MOVING's new website provides a clear message of who they are and the service they provide for people within Canada with needs of moving (both local moving and long distance moving), storage, packaging service, box delivery and much more.... Read full article
by Nova Scotia College of Social Workers on October 31, 2019
We recognize outstanding achievements in social work at our annual awards banquet. We celebrated our social work award winners at the 2019 Conference & AGM. Nova Scotia social workers who meet the criteria for these awards...... Read full article
by Amplify East on October 04, 2019
Bridget Williams shares with Amplify East
by Amplify East on October 04, 2019
Bridget is from the community of East Preston and was coming home to die (Stage 4 Cancer). She turned her situation into something victorious by creating 21 self-help books to help others. ... Read full article
by Africville Heritage Trust on August 02, 2019
The Africville Heritage Trust Scholarship Recipients
by Africville Heritage Trust on August 02, 2019
The following individuals are the recipients of the 2019 Africville Heritage Trust Scholarship. Each candidate has been awarded a scholarship of $1000... Read full article
by Victor NYANGULE on July 23, 2019
Top 5 Ways to Spot PHISHING EMAILS Every Time
by Victor NYANGULE on July 23, 2019
If you're a business owner, it's essential to be aware of common phishing techniques and red flags and to educate your employees on them. By doing so, you can help protect your company from financial losses and other serious consequences of phishing.... Read full article
by Kilah "Ki” Rolle on June 11, 2019
This Is North Preston: A Community Response
by Kilah "Ki” Rolle on June 11, 2019
My intention was to write review of the documentary film This Is North Preston, but when I learned that there were residents of North Preston who were protesting the Halifax showings of the film, I decided to expand my research scope.... Read full article
by Black Educators Association on May 13, 2019
BEA’s 13th Annual Regional Educators Program Provincial Spelling BEE finishes with winning word ‘A-F-F-E-C-T-A-T-I-O-N’!... Read full article
by Nzingha Millar on May 10, 2019
ANSMA Emerging Artist of the Year, ZAMANI, heads to Europe; listen to feature songs
by Nzingha Millar on May 10, 2019
Singer, songwriter and producer - Zamani, will be heading from Halifax to Rotterdam (NL) to perform at New Skool Rules,  Europe’s largest international Urban Music Conference and Festival, May 17-19th 2019.... Read full article
by Government of Nova Scotia on April 17, 2019
Moratorium Placed on Street Checks of Pedestrians, Vehicle Passengers
by Government of Nova Scotia on April 17, 2019
Attorney General and Justice Minister Mark Furey today, April 17, directed police across the province to suspend street checks of pedestrians and passengers in motor vehicles until further notice.... Read full article
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