Agriculture On-Farm Student Bursary Program a positive initiative for the industry: NS Federation of Agriculture

Nova Scotia Federation of Agriculture is pleased with the announcement regarding the Agriculture On-Farm Student Bursary Program. This program will provide high school and university students working on farm – family farms included – with funding to put towards their education. While supporting their education, this program promotes students to seek jobs in agriculture. This...

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Accountants provide funding opportunities to NSCC students

As the youngest of 10 children in his family, Kevin MacDonald knew money could be hard to come by. He also knew the lasting impact education could make on people’s lives. A longtime chartered professional accountant in New Glasgow, MacDonald and his business partner, Heather Murphy, are helping open that path to students at Nova...

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Bursary honours broadcast team

NEW GLASGOW — Media members have achieved a goal to establish a bursary in memory of two distant colleagues. Michael Petter from East Coast FM says he’s gratified by the response after he reached out to those who work in media to launch the bursary to honour play-by-play announcer Tyler Bieber and colour analyst Brody...

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100 reasons to care

Big Brothers Big Sisters announces new bursary from 100 Women Who Care funds Big Brothers Big sister Pictou County celebrated their successes and a new program they are putting in place with a corn boil on Monday in downtown New Glasgow. The organization set up in Murdoch Park on Provost Street around lunchtime to have...

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