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I am honoured to be the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Kings West. This website will provide you with information as to what is happening in our area and the entire province. You can also read through press releases, leave comments with your feedback, look up local and provincial resources and more. Please don’t hesitate to email my office at leoglavinemla@kingswest.ca or call me at (902) 765-4083 if you any questions or concerns.

Government Improves Social Housing for Seniors in Enfield

More seniors will soon be able to live at Enfield Manor as part of a $1.5-million renovation that includes increased accessibility, four new units and the installation of a new elevator. MLA Margaret Miller made the announcement today, Aug. 11, at Enfield Manor, on behalf of Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard, who is responsible for Housing […]

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Government Invests in Seniors Social Housing

NOTE: A list of senior and social housing that will get funding announced today follows this release. Social housing for seniors will be repaired, upgraded and revitalized with a $5-million government investment. Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard, who is responsible for Housing Nova Scotia, and MP Scott Armstrong, on behalf of Candice Bergen, Minister of […]

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Investments Help Flood Risk Infrastructure in Municipalities

NOTE: A list of projects follows this release. Government is investing $344,275 to help municipalities reinforce and stabilize existing streets, rivers, channels, and banks against the risk of floods. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey, on behalf of Municipal Affairs Minister Mark Furey, announced funding for six projects under the Flood Risk Infrastructure […]

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Government Supports Accessible Transportation

NOTE: A list of projects follows this release. Nova Scotians in rural communities will have more accessible transportation after a government investment announced today, Aug. 1. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey, on behalf of Municipal Affairs Minister Mark Furey, announced the funding for new accessible vehicles for eight community transportation organizations. “The […]

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Rural Cape Breton Communities to Benefit from Improvements

Residents of Inverness and Cheticamp, and French-speaking people in the Sydney area will benefit from two community projects that are receiving support from the provincial government. One project is a step towards improving and enhancing the façade of Inverness’ main street. The other project will see Co-operative Radio Cheticamp Ltd. (CKJM) expand its broadcast signal […]

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Cape Split Trails Reopen

Cape Split Provincial Park, one of Nova Scotia’s most popular trails systems, reopens to hikers and outdoor enthusiasts today, July 31. The eight-kilometre trail was closed to visitors on July 4 as post-tropical storm Arthur approached Nova Scotia. Many trees were knocked down by the storm or in danger of falling, and the province kept […]

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