Leaving her legacy

It was an honour fitting the occasion. Debra McNabb was recently presented with the Award of Excellence in Museum Practices, Individual Contribution. She received the Nova Scotia crystal award recently at the annual general meeting of the Association of Nova Scotia Museums, held in a virtual format due to Public Health restrictions for COVID-19. McNabb...

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Francis Dorrington and former mayor Ann MacLean to receive highest honour of the Province of Nova Scotia

A New Glasgow man and a former New Glasgow mayor are among five trailblazing Nova Scotians who will be invested into the Order of Nova Scotia after having made outstanding contributions to their province. Francis Dorrington, a former town councillor, and Ann MacLean, former New Glasgow mayor, joins three others in the honour. Lt.-Gov. Arthur...

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Local man receives Award for Culinary Excellence

A local man is among six top Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) culinary graduates who were recognized today, July 16, at the inaugural presentation ceremony for the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Culinary Excellence at Government House in Halifax.  The six award recipients are: — Quentin Connolly, culinary skills, Pictou Campus — Hyungnam Oh, culinary arts,...

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Ring in the new year at Government House

Nova Scotians are invited to attend the annual lieutenant-governor’s New Year’s Day Levee on Monday, Jan. 1, at Government House, Halifax. “Mrs. LeBlanc and I look forward to welcoming in the New Year with our fellow Nova Scotians for our first levee at Government House,” said Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc. “This is a wonderful opportunity...

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