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2005-05-10T15:51:00-03:00Men's softball, women's basketball and field hockey are among the first sports to make final selections of athletes who will represent Nova Scotia at the 2005 Canada Games in Regina, Sask., Aug. 6-20.
2005-04-25T13:43:00-03:00People in Digby and Annapolis counties will soon have all the facilities they need to get active and improve their health at the LIFEPLEX Wellness Centre in Cornwallis.
2005-04-22T10:21:00-03:00People in the Cumberland area can look forward to healthier communities thanks to a financial boost of almost $24,000 to the Cumberland Health Authority, from the Office of Health Promotion. Funds for community health projects will be awarded to successful applicants through the area's three community health boards.
2005-04-22T10:15:00-03:00People in the Annapolis Valley can look forward to healthier communities thanks to a financial boost of almost $39,000 to the Annapolis Valley Health Authority, from the Office of Health Promotion. Funds will be awarded to successful applicants through the area's five community health boards.
2005-04-18T10:09:00-03:00Students in Nova Scotia schools will have healthier food choices and more opportunities to be active, thanks to new supports announced by Premier John Hamm today, April 18.
2005-04-15T14:16:00-03:00People in Port Hawkesbury have a place to gather, have fun and be active, thanks to the community's recently built Civic Centre. And the province is making sure the centre gets some help with its finishing touches.
2005-04-13T10:14:00-03:00Anyone who has ever been temporarily lost in the woods -- or would like to avoid the experience -- will find courses of interest in the Nova Scotia Outdoor Leadership Program (NSOLD).
2005-04-07T16:23:00-03:00Calls requesting professional help with problem gambling have increased 60 per cent in March when compared with March last year, thanks to the Office of Health Promotion's recent radio and cable TV ads promoting the government's problem gambling help line. There were 514 calls in March 2005 compared to 321 calls in March 2004.
2005-04-01T12:19:00-03:00People in the South Shore have more opportunities to be active through new projects supported by the Office of Health Promotion's physical activity grants.
2005-04-01T12:12:00-03:00People in the Annapolis Valley have more opportunities to be active through new projects supported by the Office of Health Promotion's physical activity grants.