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|Title||Government of Nova Scotia | novascotia.ca
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Navigation. Government of Nova Scotia. New Method to Resolve Complaints 2012-11-22.A demonstration of a new way for Nova Scotians to resolve human rights complaints was held at the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia. Read the release Amendments Benefit Wine Industry, Consumers 2012-11-21.
Nova Scotia wine consumers will soon have more choice as legislation will allow changes so people can directly import 100 per cent locally grown and produced Canadian wine for personal use. Read the release New School for South Dartmouth Students 2012-11-21.
The province is planning a new Primary-to-Grade 9 school for Dartmouth that will have specialty spaces, such as learning centres, to better help students succeed. Read the release New Medical Examiner's Facility Opens 2012-11-21.
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- Minister responsible for the Human Rights Commission Ross Landry (centre) meets Human Rights Commission employees who took part in the demonstration. From left: Lianne Chang, Tamara Powell, Mr. Landry, Huan (Jack) Pham and Linda Nicholl.
- Finance Minister Maureen MacDonald shows bottles of wine to Nick Jennery, Winery Association of Nova Scotia representative.
- Labour and Advanced Education Minister Marilyn More and Halifax Regional School Board acting superintendent Judy White look at a photo on Justin Davey's camera.
- Justice Minister Ross Landry chats with Nancy Crane and Dr. Matt Bowes, Chief Medical Examiner, in front of the William D. Finn Centre for Forensic Medicine.
- RCMP Const. Joe Beaton, a transgender person, talks to Justice Minister Ross Landry after the announcement.
- Premier Darrell Dexter shares a laugh with Kevin Harnish, LeeAnn Varga and Julee MacAfee as, from left, Anna, Molly and Emma look on.
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