Project Mend, a partnership between the Nova Scotia Community College and young mothers at the YWCA's Supportive Housing for Young Mothers, resulted in the creation of an old-time sewing circle in which the young women worked on handmade baby bibs.
As startup culture and entrepreneurialism continues to rise, a new partnership is looking at how Truro can support its independent business ventures. The Truro & Colchester Partnership for Economic Prosperity and Mashup Lab recently came together at the Truro NSCC campus to host Mashup Weekend, a two-day entrepreneurial event that promotes collaboration and business creation.
Darren Fisher, Member of Parliament for Dartmouth – Cole Harbour, announced today that the Nova Scotia Community College received a Coast Guard Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm BO 105 helicopter on April 16, 2018.
Since becoming the head chef of Dartmouth’s The Watch that Ends the Night less than one year ago, chef Mark Gray has certainly put his stamp on the new mid-century inspired cocktail bar and eatery, offering a menu—featuring local seafood, cured eats, pickles and a Nordic brunch—that is truly unique to Halifax, and that establishes exciting and forward-thinking events such as the Four Hands collaborative dinner series.
Seventeen Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) attended a full-day health assessment workshop as part of ISANS’IEN Orientation Program that took place at Nova Scotia Community College – Ivany Campus Nursing Lab on Friday, May 4, 2018. The workshop had IENs practice clinical assessments on simulated mannequins and work on case studies which they presented at the end of the day.