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Nova Scotians complete close to 12,000 Quality of Life surveys

Close to 12,000 Nova Scotians logged onto their computers or sat down with their pencils to complete Nova Scotia’s first, province-wide Quality of Life Survey.  The 180-question survey is led by Engage Nova Scotia, in partnership with Nova Scotia Community College, and conducted by the Canadian Index of Wellbeing (CIW) at the University of Waterloo....

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Engaging conversations

NEW GLASGOW — Glasgow Square was bustling with positivity and problem solving last Wednesday evening during the second Engage & Empower session to help residents shape what they want to see in their town. This session’s guest speaker was the former mayor of New Glasgow, Ann MacLean. She shared her past as a volunteer, eventually...

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Ann MacLean special guest for second Engage & Empower session

A chance to chip in on what you think the community needs is presenting itself to New Glasgow residents at the second Engage & Empower session to talk about issues in their community. The guest for the May 17 session will be a former mayor of New Glasgow. Ann MacLean will be taking part in...

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