People gathered on December 4th at the Mahone Bay Centre to discuss opportunities for youth in Lunenburg County.
Junior Achievement students, Megan Joudrey, Fernanda Cano, and Sonnie Desbiensin introduced their company, Lighting the Way.
Their business focus is on youth market research. The purpose is to enrich the community by surveying youth and completing a report to sell to businesses. The students were joined by their Junior Achievement mentor, Patrick Henry from the LaHave Credit Union.
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A special thank you to Wile's Lake Farm Market for sponsoring the evening. Watch the slideshow from the event on our website.
Communities: The fight to save rural communities in Nova Scotia
The 15th Annual Atlantic Conference on Public Administration (ACPA) will be held at the Lord Nelson Hotel on January 29 and 30, 2015. This year’s theme is Models for Success: Leading in Atlantic Canada. The objective will be to create a learning environment that encourages conference participants to reflect on their role in leading innovative and transformation growth within their own areas of influence. We expect that participants will leave with concrete ideas for development in Atlantic Canada. For more information see their website at www.acpa-caap.ca
DALHOUSIE UNIVERSITY MINI LAW SCHOOL PUBLIC LECTURES
Joins with “LUNENBURG COUNTY UNIVERSITY PROJECT” to discuss the many ways law enters our lives. The following topics will be presented at the Dalhousie Schulich Law School and simultaneously, via video conference, at the Nova Scotia Community College, Bridgewater, room B207 at 7pm. Hosted in Bridgewater by Michael Power QC.
Jan. 28/15 Jocelyn Downie – Developments in Assisted Death Feb. 25/15 Diana Ginn – Law & Religion Mar. 25/15 Faye Woodman – Wills Apr. 22/15 Donna Franey & Megan Deveaux Residential Tenancies Act
Please note that Mini Law lecture topics are subject to change. Lectures begin at 7 pm in Halifax at6061 UNIVERSITY AVE ROOM 104; DAL.CA/LAW and at NSCC, BRIDGEWATER, room B207.
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