Investment to enhance the tourism experience at Cape d’Or on the renowned cliffs of the Bay of Fundy
July 8, 2019
Tourism is an inclusive sector that showcases Canada’s culture, diversity, natural beauty and unique experiences to the world. It delivers economic benefits across the country by supporting one in ten jobs.
June 24, 2019
This summer, Tourism Nova Scotia is teaming up with Food Network Canada to showcase Nova Scotia's outstanding culinary scene on a brand-new show, Big Food Bucket List.
June 19, 2019
Three new members have been appointed to Tourism Nova Scotia's board of directors.
The appointments of Ron Chisholm of Truro and Lisa Bugden and Jesse Rodgers, both of Halifax, were announced today, June 19, by Geoff MacLellan, Minister responsible for Tourism Nova Scotia.
June 17, 2019
Tourism is thriving in Canada, bringing in record numbers of international visitors in 2017 and 2018, and the federal, provincial and territorial governments are collaborating on shared opportunities to unlock the visitor economy.
June 7, 2019
Tourism Nova Scotia has issued a request for proposals for professional marketing services that will support its role in marketing Nova Scotia as a vacation destination.
May 8, 2019
A new contest launched by Tourism Nova Scotia this week invites people to share their favourite photos of lesser-known places to see and things to do in the province, in an effort to inspire more people to visit and travel here.
April 23, 2019
Investing in rural community infrastructure enhances the quality of life for residents and contributes to economic success by better positioning communities to host tourism attractions.
April 18, 2019
The province and the Government of Canada are investing $1.5 million to revitalize and enhance the Big Boat Shed on Nova Scotia's iconic Lunenburg waterfront to ensure it continues to be a place where Nova Scotians and visitors can experience and participate in traditional shipbuilding.
April 16, 2019
Last year was Nova Scotia’s best tourism revenue year on record despite a modest decline in visitation.
Tourism revenues reached an estimated $2.61 billion, a 0.3 per cent increase, compared to updated 2017 revenue estimates of $2.60 billion.
February 12, 2019The province is developing a visitor experience strategy for the Halifax Harbour islands.