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Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning
The Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET) launched an adult literacy campaign on Monday, November 1. Marilyn More, Minister of Labour and Workforce Development, launched the campaign in Dartmouth. It includes four English and four French television spots. Click here to view the spots and to view the news release.
The Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning (NSSAL) offers programs for adult Nova Scotians who want to improve their literacy skills. Programs are tuition-free and offered at more than 150 sites across the province. Read More About NSSAL
- Pension Review Panel: Final Report
- An expert advisory panel was established to review the Province’s current pension legislative framework. Read the panel's final report, Promises to Keep.
- Poverty Reduction
- As part of its vision for a brighter future for all Nova Scotians and their families, the Nova Scotia Government, in cooperation with the Poverty Reduction Strategy Working Group, has embarked on the development of a comprehensive, multi-year poverty reduction strategy.
- Violence in the Workplace
- Are you at risk of workplace violence? Are you wondering how the new regulations will affect your business or workplace? Visit our Workplace Violence web site for information and resources.
- Eventually, we all turn our attention to planning for retirement. Visit our new Pensions web site for information on workplace pensions and personal retirement savings.
- Agencies, Boards and Commissions
- A chance to serve your fellow Nova Scotians:
learn about participating on our agencies, boards, and commissions.
- Nova Scotia: Come to life!
- Nova Scotia is a place where people can balance work, play and family life and truly live to their best. Read our story at novascotialife.com