Apprenticeship in the time of coronavirus Many Red Seal trades contribute to the essential services that have kept Canadians safe and maintained the economy during social distancing. The CCDA is making sure Red Seal trades are ready to meet the demand. A high priority is being placed on providing a safe setting for examinations, so […]
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Small Business Reopening and Support GrantApplications for the Provincial Small Business Reopening and Support Grant are now OPEN for group 1 and group 2 businesses and you can apply here. Apply soon, this will close at the end of June. Stores and retailers without a physical shop are not eligible. If your business needs of a consultant, please check out […]
On June 19, members of the Cape Breton Health Infrastructure Redevelopment Team will be hosting a virtual event to provide an industry briefing/project overview, discuss employment opportunities, as well as hear from representatives from diverse communities.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia is celebrating its latest accomplishment – winning the Canadian Construction Association’s 2019 Gold Seal Association Award of Excellence!
Please note that from June 29, 2020, until July 2021, CANS Sydney office will be temporarily closed. Britney MacNeil, CANS Events Lead, is on parental leave.
Follow CANS Pipeline – Nova Scotia Infrastructure Stimulus Package: Zwicker Warehouse in Lunenburg, NS.
On Thursday, June 18, we’re wrapping up our series introducing youth to careers in construction. Join us as Building Futures for Youth and CANS Construction Connection explores estimators in this final session.
The province is investing $750,000 to help start-up businesses seize opportunities emerging from COVID-19. Business incubators Volta, Ignite and the Organization for Nova Scotia Innovation-Driven Enterprise (ONSIDE) will receive funding to help new businesses get off the ground. Funding through Innovacorp will support startup activities in Cape Breton, including an entrepreneur in residence, acceleration programs, […]
“Nova Scotia is open to an Atlantic bubble. Over the next few weeks, we will monitor the COVID-19 cases to ensure they stay low and that we have little to no community spread. If we continue to flatten the curve, our first priority is to ease restrictions in our own province, including expanding the family […]