“According to the statistics, national population growth was up 1.10 percent to 38,005,238 as of July 1, 2020. Nova Scotia’s population has been growing rapidly since 2015, rising by 36,561 since July 1 of that year.”
CANS is accepting applications from new companies who wish to participate in the CANS Advantage Program, leveraging the buying power of the Association by offering exclusive and unique offers to CANS member companies and their employees.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia is pleased to introduce our 2020-2021 Board of Directors.
“It is fair to say that we’ve all had a bit of a one-track mind lately. COVID-19 has changed our lives. Its impacts are commanding headlines and dominating conversations around (virtual) boardroom and dining room tables, and in legislatures.” Read more from Mary Van Buren, CCA President.
As of Sept. 25, the process for business exceptions for “specialized workers” has changed. When there is urgent and critical work in Nova Scotia that requires specialized skills that are unavailable in Atlantic Canada, the Province will allow workers with those specialized skills to come from outside the region to do the work.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia is pleased to announce that Victoria Stanhope, president and CEO of Stanhope Simpson Insurance, has been appointed as 2020-2021 chair of its Board of Directors. Stanhope is only the second female to serve as chair on the Association’s governing body in its 158-year history.
Villa Acadienne is a Home for Special Care, situated along beautiful St. Mary’s Bay in the Acadian municipality of Clare. What began as a 45 resident home in 1975 has expanded to an 86 resident home, including one respite.
ROMS.KAIG is proposing to develop a new three‐story residential building. This project is in Spryfield, located near the corner of Herring Cove Road and Drysdale Road. Learn more about this Spryfield Development on our website.
Have you been thinking about attaining your Gold Seal Certification? Find out exactly where you are on the Gold Seal path!
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia’s 158th Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place virtually this year! As this new format will require some tweaks, please stay tuned in the coming weeks for more information on scheduling, awards, prize giveaways and more.