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Nova Scotia’s Finance and Treasury Board released the following statistics on June 10, 2022. Note: Labour force survey results reflect the period from May 15 to 21.
Nova Scotia’s Finance and Treasury Board released the following statistics on June 15, 2022.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia is proud to partner with the Native Council of Nova Scotia on an informative webinar that will educate CANS members on the services and programs offered by the Native Council of Nova Scotia related to the construction industry.
Nova Scotia’s Finance and Treasury Board released the following statistics on June 13, 2022.
CANS Emerging Leaders first Community Pick-Me-Up was a resounding success! It was a perfect sunny afternoon as roughly 40 members of the Emerging Leaders group collected 50 kg of garbage from the Dartmouth Cove area of the Dartmouth Waterfront. That’s more than 100lbs of waste redirected away from our waterways, benefiting our wildlife, strengthening tourism, and ensuring future generations can enjoy the beauty of our province.
June marks Pride month in Canada. To honour the LGBTQ+ folks who work in and are served by the construction industry, CANS is taking a look at the progress of LGBTQ+ community over the past 50 years.
In June, we commemorate National Indigenous History Month. During this month, take time to recognize the rich history, heritage, resilience and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples across Canada.
With the summer season fast approaching, it is important to manage outdoor worker exposure to ultraviolet light (UV). The Safety Branch would like to remind employers and their employees of some helpful tips on how to stay safe while working outdoors.
Are you a construction worker who was injured and has gone through the WCB claims process, or an owner/manager/supervisor or safety representative from a small- to medium-sized construction company? If so, Construction Safety Nova Scotia wants to hear from you!