Swearing the Oath of Allegiance and Oath of Office
During the Installation Ceremony on 28 June 2017, His Honour swore the Oath of Allegiance and Oath of Office to become the 33rd Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia. The Oaths were administered by the Chief Justice The Honorable J. Michael MacDonald
Reading the Speech from the Throne - 2018
On 6 September 2018, the Lieutenant Governor fulfilled one of his most important constitutional duties by reading the Speech from the Throne at the Second Session of the 63rd General Assembly of the Nova Scotia Legislature
Evenings @ Government House - 17 October 2017
As part of the Fall 2017 Series of Evenings @ Government House and in conjunction with the Halifax Pop Explosion, guests were treated to an evening of music by Reeny Smith
New Year’s Day Levee – 1 January 2018
Their Honours were pleased to bring in the New Year by welcoming guests to the Lieutenant Governor’s New Year’s Day Levee at Government House on 1 January 2018
African Heritage Month Launch – 23 January 2018
His Honour participated in the launch of African Heritage Month 2018 by unveiling the official poster with the Honourable Tony Ince, Minister of African Nova Scotian Affairs, on 23 January 2018. The 2018 theme was Educate Unite Celebrate Community
Citizenship Ceremony at Government House
The Lieutenant Governor was honoured to swear-in new Canadians at a Citizenship Ceremony at Government House on 25 April 2018
Lieutenant Governor's Annual Garden Party
Their Honours were pleased to host the Lieutenant Governor's Annual Garden Party on 20 June 2018
Registration is now open for the second event of the Fall 2018 Series of Evenings @ Government House on 2 October 2018, featuring an illustrated talk by the Nova Scotia Potters Guild on their ceramics exhibition "QUAFF: To Drink Deeply"
Monday, September 17, 2018
In collaboration with the Nova Scotia Potters Guild, Government House is pleased to host a ceramics exhibition titled QUAFF: To Drink Deeply that has been created by some of Nova Scotia’s finest ceramics artists. QUAFF is a juried exhibition of new work by members of the Guild. The exhibition’s theme has inspired pieces ranging from complete tea sets to birds in a tree waiting to drink. The works on display were selected by a three-person independent jury.
The exhibition will be on display at Government...