July 29, 2020

Clean It Right

A Program to Support Nova Scotia’s Tourism Industry.
Clean It Right is a new training program provided through TIANS to provide awareness and education on cleaning your establishment with the goal of regaining consumer confidence.The program was designed to increase the safety of guests, visitors and the workforce in the Tourism industry. This will help reassure customers that may be hesitant to travel, shop and eat out during the post COVID-19 period.

For more information on this program contact:
or visit: https://tourismstrong.ca/clean-it-right/

July 15, 2020:

Accessibility Advisory Committee
Volunteer Committee Members Needed

In 2017, Nova Scotia became the third province in Canada to pass accessibility legislation,committing to a more equitable and accessible province. The Accessibility Act recognizes accessibility as a human right and sets a goal to make Nova Scotia an accessible province by 2030.

The goal of the Act is to prevent and remove barriers that restrict people with disabilities fromfully participating in society.

Each municipality is required to form an Accessibility Advisory Committee. The role of the Accessibility Advisory Committee is to advise the municipal unit on identifying, preventing, andeliminating accessibility barriers to municipal programs, services, and infrastructure. The Committee will play a key role in developing the accessibility plan for the municipality andultimately, help the municipality become an accessible community.

Under the Accessibility Act, at least half of the committee members must have a disability orrepresent an organization that represents people with disabilities.Interested in becoming a member of this committee?Interested in making a difference?If so, we would love to hear from you!To apply, please complete the ‘Citizen Volunteer Application for Boards, Committees, Societies’ form, or, for more information, please contact:

Tracy Hart
Executive Assistant
Town of Truro
(902) 893-6076

June 16, 2020:

Mentoring Plus

 The Town of Truro is excited to collaborate with the Dalhousie College of Continuing Education in implementing the Mentoring Plus Initiative. Mentoring Plus aims to draw upon the skills and knowledge of retirees to help support young adults (16 - 35+) explore and connect to career paths through team mentoring and support. Are you 55+ and interested in hearing more about this project?

Are you an agency or organization providing education, employment training, or career development supports to members of our community?

Connect with Sacha Brake, Mentoring Plus Coordinator with the Town of Truro at 902-324-1040 or for more info or to register for upcoming virtual information sessions.

Tree Planting Rebate Program Information pdf
2020 Tree Planting Rebate Program INFO (133 KB)

King Street Community Garden Plot Application pdf
2020 King St Community Garden Plot Application (259 KB)

 

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