The Nova Scotia government is partnering with the federal government and Cape Breton Regional Municipality in a $600,000 investment to upgrade Centre 200 in Sydney. The upgrade to the rink boards will improve safety for local athletes, amateur skaters and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League’s (QMJHL’s) Cape Breton Eagles.
The Government of Canada recognizes the different ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted small and rural communities across Nova Scotia, which is why it’s making strategic investments in infrastructure to meet the specific needs of these communities across the province.
The Cape Breton Partnership is pleased to announce, together with our partners at the Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education and WCB Nova Scotia, the recipients of the eighth annual Safety First in Cape Breton Awards. The recipients were recognized at the virtual Safety First in Cape Breton Symposium on June 3.
The province continues to move forward with Cape Breton Regional Municipality’s largest health-care project that will improve access and expand services. The province is allocating $38.4 million towards planning and early construction of the CBRM Health Care Redevelopment Project, today, July 2.