If you have registered a child in our Summer Day Camp Program, a staff member will be in touch with you in regards to a program registration package. All the information you will need ahead of day camp next week in one spot! Keep an eye out for an email in the coming days.
The government is taking the next step in its commitment to create a new provincial buy local program and encouraging Nova Scotians to offer ideas and opinions on its development. The program - Nova Scotia Loyal - is now in the prototyping phase and will include a team visiting stores and markets across the province this summer to research consumer behaviour and hear directly from Nova Scotians.
"Nova Scotia Loyal will be a buy local program like no other - a compelling call to action, highly visible and supported by a rewards program," said Premier Tim Houston. "For it to have the greatest impact, we need Nova Scotians to buy in and help build it with us. The prototyping phase will give people an opportunity to tell us more about what it means to be Nova Scotia Loyal."
The government will also work with retailers of all sizes and has also launched an engagement campaign to hear from people about Nova Scotia Loyal branding, including the creative look and feel. There will be a variety of ways to provide feedback, including in person, on the Nova Scotia Loyal website and on social media.
The goal of Nova Scotia Loyal is a 10 per cent shift in demand to local products.
For more information, visit https://www.nsloyal.ca/ .
Please note: Sherbrooke Public Library will be closed July 6th, 7th, and 8th.
The Municipality is very excited to announce that the Before and After Care Program is returning to St. Mary’s Education Centre and Academy this September! Staff will be working hard on planning for the upcoming year over the summer. Keep an eye out for early registration, subsidy information and job postings! Call 902-522-2598 for more information. The Municipality is pleased to partner with St. Mary's Education Centre and Academy to offer this program, which is made possible through funding from the Government of Nova Scotia.
Two positions are available for this program, a Before and After Care Supervisor and a Before and After Care Leader. More information and deadlines for these employment opportunities are available here: https://saint-marys.ca/table/business/employment-opportunites/
Canada Day Parade
Line Up July 1st at 3 pm. The parade begins at 4 pm, leaving from the Recplex.