Sherbrooke, NS – Sean Fraser, Member of Parliament for Central Nova, announced today that eleven seniors organizations and projects in Central Nova will receive a combined total of over $192,000, on behalf of the Honourable Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development. These funds will be used for a variety of local projects... Read More

Budget 2017 local news round-up

With a vast riding of 9,308km2, I have to give much credit to our local media outlets who work tirelessly to share with you the work that our federal government is doing. Recently, I spoke with various local outlets about Budget 2017, and what it means for our riding, the province and our country. Please find below... Read More
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Government of Canada makes tourism investment in the Eastern Shore

News Release From Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Communities and businesses between Musquodoboit Harbour and Sherbrooke to benefit from support April 1, 2017 – Sheet Harbour, NS – Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Canada’s world-class tourism industry creates economic growth for middle-class Canadians. Further development and commercialization of experiential tourism and product branding along Nova Scotia’s Eastern... Read More
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Cameron Smith: Canada 150&Me Finalist

Nothing pleases me more than to see a Central Nova resident not only participate in, but be named one of the winners in a national Canada 150 contest. Recently, Cameron Smith, a local high school student in New Glasgow, entered Experiences Canada 150&Me Contest where she submitted an essay answering the question “What is the... Read More
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Budget 2017

Budget 2017 puts people first and delivers the help Nova Scotians – and all Canadians – need now, not a decade from now. It is an essential step to restore prosperity to the middle class. With Budget 2017, a number of key measures are specifically focused on Nova Scotia, including: ✓ A major transfer of... Read More
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Canada invests $325 million in the fish and seafood sector

News Release From Fisheries and Oceans Canada Halifax, Nova Scotia — Canada’s fish and seafood sector is an integral part of the economic and social fabric of so many coastal communities across the country, especially in Atlantic Canada—that’s why the Government of Canada is today investing $325 million in this important part of the economy... Read More