Media - Nova Scotia


MWMFF Joins with Government of NS to Open Early Years Centre

The MWMFF is joining with the government of Nova Scotia to establish three early years centres across the province that will provide support for young children and their families at accessible community locations. These centres will build on the highly successful SchoolsPlus model being used in schools that help bring...

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The meaningful munificence of Margaret McCain

Source: Atlantic Business magazine, Vol. 23, Issue 5 Excerpt: ""Philanthropy is far more than writing a check,” [McCain] says. "There is charitable philanthropy and there's strategic philanthropy. And we've done both ... But let’s say I do live another 20 years. I have to be effective. And effective philanthropy is...

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Province to Consult Nova Scotians on Early Years

"Giving Children the Best Start: The Early Years is an opportunity for Nova Scotians to rally behind their children, to build a seamless and comprehensive continuum of supports from the prenatal period through to elementary schooling. This is the most effective means to ensure all children have an even-handed opportunity...

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Crime prevention starts in early childhood

On February 8, 2012, the Chronicle Herald published an editorial by Dr. John C. LeBlanc and Jim Mustard. Dr. LeBlanc is an associate professor, Dalhousie University, and president, Atlantic Pediatric Society. Jim Mustard is with the Atlantic Network for Early Human Development and is an Inverness County councillor. Excerpt: "Youth...

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Early Years Study 3 - Advisory

Early Years Study 3 - Advisory (337.6 KB) EYS 3 and other related documents are available at www.earlyyearsstudy.ca and www.pointsurlapetiteenfance.org.

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