Sarah Young

Sarah Young is a Managing Partner for NATIONAL Public Relations Inc. Overseeing the Firm’s Atlantic Canadian operations with offices in Halifax, Saint John, and St. John’s, Sarah provides insight and counsel to regional, national and international CEOs, organizations and teams. Her unique talent for integrating communications – seamlessly blending traditional public relations, creative and digital strategies for her clients – added to an expertise in stakeholder and community relations, public engagement and coalition building, has earned the trust of clients across Canada.

Sarah currently serves as a board member for the Nova Scotia Community College, Phoenix House, and she sits on the Mount Allison University Board of Regents and the YMCA for Greater Halifax/Dartmouth Board of Honorary Trustees. Sarah was a recipient of Canada’s Top 40 under 40. Sarah is certified by the U.S.-based Institute for Crisis Management and by IAP2 for Public Participation, and she is a member of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC). Sarah holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Mount Allison University, and a Master of Arts degree from Concordia University.

NEWS

Internet for Nova Scotia Update July, 2019

Improving rural internet service is a priority. Having a strong internet network will help our province build places where both people and businesses flourish. Learn more about the latest updates on the project.

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New Home for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia will move to a new, modern space on Halifax’s waterfront. The move, announced April 18, will enhance the province’s position as a leader in the visual arts, inviting the world to celebrate our culture.

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10 Organizations Pre-qualified to Address High-Speed Internet in Nova Scotia

Ten organizations have been qualified and include a mix of small and large companies, as well as municipalities to address rural internet in Nova Scotia.

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Rural Internet Pre-Qualified

10 Organizations Pre-qualified to Address High-Speed Internet in Nova Scotia Improving rural high-speed internet service is a priority. Having a strong internet network will help our province build places where businesses and people flourish. In 2018, the government placed $193…

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Lunenburg Waterfront

Lunenburg Big Boat Shed Investment

The province and the Government of Canada are investing $1.5 million to revitalize and enhance the Big Boat Shed on Nova Scotia’s iconic Lunenburg waterfront.

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Halifax Waterfront

Lockheed Martin Comes to COVE

As a leading technology and innovation company, Lockheed Martin Canada is committed to the next big idea, and now they are a tenant at COVE.

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Halifax Waterfront

COVE Welcomes IBM Canada

The Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE) welcomes IBM Canada, who has joined the ocean business park as a tenant.

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Harbour Islands Visitor Experience Strategy

The province has invested $100,000 for the creation of a Visitor Experience Strategy for the Halifax Harbour Islands, focusing on Georges and McNabs Islands.

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New Appointees to Board of Directors

Five new members were appointed to the Develop Nova Scotia board of directors.

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Annual Report 2017/2018

The Annual Report for 2017/2018 is now available.

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