Stakeholder Engagement

Develop Nova Scotia believes that meaningful engagement with stakeholders and the public is key to building and implementing the Internet for Nova Scotia strategy. Engagement sessions began in the summer of 2018 and have continued throughout planning and implementation process. To view summaries of the engagement sessions and updates,¬†visit here. Note: Community drop-in sessions and events for 2020 are currently postponed due to COVID-19 and will be scheduled once physical distancing directives have been lifted by the Province.  

NEWS

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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Process To Qualify Begins for High Speed Internet Providers

Develop Nova Scotia has launched the first phase of the process to find qualified service providers to enhance and extend reliable, high-speed internet across the province in rural areas.

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New Name, Mandate for Waterfront Development

Waterfront Development Corp. is getting a new mandate to help drive strategic economic development across Nova Scotia. The Crown corporation will now be called Develop Nova Scotia with province-wide responsibility for strategic economic infrastructure and property. Develop Nova Scotia will…

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COVID-19 Update from Develop Nova Scotia. Learn More.