N.S. going for green on world golf stage
Andrew Alkenbrack, General Manager at Cabot Links and a member of the Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia board, said with the golf product now available in the province, there is "no reason Nova Scotia shouldn't be a fixture on the international golf scene." Read More
Protect Your Business Against Fraud
TIANS is warning members to be vigilant for fraudulent schemes targeting businesses across Nova Scotia. Read More
Restaurants & Accommodations Bundle Launched
On July 7th, TIANS attended the launch of the Restaurant & Accommodations Bundle - a new online service portal created in collaboration with Service Nova Scotia. Read More
The Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia (TIANS) says the provincial resorts are an important part of rural infrastructure for the province and is concerned with recent commentary that the value of the assets is negligible. Read More
One of the challenges facing the tourism industry is the perception that it is a seasonal industry, and while there are many businesses that are open for a set number of months, there are also hundreds of businesses that are open year round... Read More
Changes to Provincial Immigration Nominee Program
The province is strengthening the Nova Scotia Nominee Program. A new Regional Labour Market Demand stream will help attract immigrants with the right skills to meet Nova Scotia's labour needs. Read More
Halifax Stanfield: Powerful Economic Engine, Significant Employer
Halifax Stanfield International Airport (HSIA) is a valuable provincial asset worth $1.27 billion to the Nova Scotia economy in 2012, according to the latest economic impact report, released today. Read More
The Nova Scotia Eatery is a joint project between the Nova Scotia Tourism Agency (NSTA) and Taste of Nova Scotia to increase visitors to the province. The Eatery is a 28-foot mobile kitchen that will be serving authentic Nova Scotian fare at four Ontario festivals between June 20 and July 14, 2013.
Interim Report of the Nova Scotia Commission on Building Our Economy
The Nova Scotia Commission on Building Our New Economy is pleased to present the Interim Report. This check-in with Nova Scotians is mainly a reflection of what was heard. Read More
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