Coronation celebrations started at Province House with the opening of the King Charles III Exhibit. The Lieutenant Governor, joined by the Honourable Keith Bain, Speaker of the House of Assembly, cut a ribbon and toured the display.
Coronation Film Screening Event
Their Honours welcomed guests to a screening of the documentary "Canadians at the Coronation" by Allen Stark. The audience was transported back to the spring of 1953, as London prepared for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.
Dartmouth Region Anglican Diocese Tree Planting
The Right Reverend Sandra Fyfe and the Lieutenant Governor planted an evergreen tree to mark the Coronation. This event was particularly special because it also aligns with the 75th anniversary of St. Luke's Anglican Parish.
The Coronation of King Charles III
Coronation celebrations will begin in Nova Scotia on Tuesday, May 2nd! Click on the Coronation tab to view the event calendar and find out how to register.
Portrait Unveiling, Father Léger Comeau
Their Honours were thrilled to unveil a portrait of Father Léger Comeau, CM. The piece, designed and created by artist Deborah Pearce, is the newest addition to the Crown Collection and will be on permanent display at Government House.
RCMP Long Service Medal Investiture
The RCMP Long Service Medal and Award Presentation Ceremony took place at Government House. It recognizes Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers or Constables who are of irreproachable character and have completed a minimum of 20 years of service.
2023 Lieutenant Governor's Community Spirit Award
The 2023 Lieutenant Governor's Community Spirit Award Committee is accepting nominations until May 15th. Submission packages are available at https://cch.novascotia.ca/investing-in-our-future/community-spirit-award
Swearing-In Ceremony at Government House
Wednesday, May 24, 2023
The Government of Nova Scotia has created the Department of Cyber Security and Digital Solutions to transform the way services are developed and delivered. A focus will also be on enhancing cybersecurity.
The Honourable Colton LeBlanc was sworn-in as the Minister of Cyber Security and Digital Solutions at Government House.
Natasha Clarke, Associate Deputy Minister and Chief Digital Officer of Service Nova Scotia and Internal Services, was named as the Deputy Minister of the new department.