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Royal Canadian Legion 161 in Gaetz Brook receives provincial and federal funding for accessibility upgrades

Photo (Back left to right): Dean Othen – Branch 161 “House” Chairman, John Meehan – Branch 161 President, Mike Savage – Mayor of HRM, Susan Goodyear – wife of Councillor David Hendsbee, David Hendsbee – HRM Councillor, District 2, Sean Fraser – MP, Central Nova, Mrs. White – wife of Branch 161 member, Ken White, Ken White... Read More
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With a rural riding encompassing more than 10,000km2, Sean Fraser, Member of Parliament for Central Nova, is pleased to announce three satellite office locations to better serve his constituency. Constituents in Central Nova will now have regular, monthly, face-to-face access to their federal representative’s staff in three satellite locations, 10:00am-3:00pm, beginning May 11th: Second Friday... Read More

Trenton Library receives $2,164 Enabling Accessibility Grant

Pictured left to right: Julie Martin, Project Advisor on behalf of the visually impaired community; Sean Fraser, Member of Parliament for Central Nova; Devin Forbes, Let Abilities Work Partnership Society; Tricia Schell, Community Services Librarian & Branch Librarian, Brian White, Town of Trenton CAO; and Rae Gunn, Recreation Facility Development Highland Region. MP Fraser joined the group at... Read More
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Nominate a volunteer for Canada’s Volunteer Awards!

Volunteers across the country give countless hours of their time and energy to strengthen our communities. In 2013 alone, 47% of Canadians devoted almost two billion volunteer hours to charities and non-profit organizations—the equivalent of almost 1.1 million full-time jobs. Whether Canadians volunteer out of a desire to contribute to their communities, to use their... Read More
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Maintaining Affordability for Tenants in Federally Administered Community Housing

On Wednesday Jean-Yves Duclos, announced that our government is investing $500 million over 10 years for a new Federal Community Housing Initiative. This will protect affordability for tenants and stabilize the operations of some 55,000 units of federally administered community housing and co-operative projects. To help more Canadians access housing that meets their needs and they... Read More