COVID-19 Response Update
News from Yesterday's Provincial Press Conference
Province’s Bars to Close, Restaurants Limited to Take-out, Delivery as of Thursday; Gatherings Limited to 50 or Fewer Effective Immediately
– March 17, 2020
Effectively immediately, there are to be no gatherings of more than 50 people.
The measures below come into effect at 12:01 a.m., Thursday, March 19:
-- restaurants are restricted to take-out and delivery only and no in-person dining
-- drinking establishments, winery and distillery tasting rooms and craft taprooms must close
-- private liquor stores can continue to operate and craft breweries, wineries and distilleries can continue to sell their product from their storefronts
Closure of Access Nova Scotia and Registry of Motor Vehicle Offices, Deadline Extension
– March 17, 2020
Access Nova Scotia and Registry of Motor Vehicle Offices are temporarily closing for one week starting Wednesday, March 18, to establish new ways of providing service to minimize contact between people.
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We are expecting significant news later today... stay tuned to news sources. We will try to update as much as possible.
Our Annual General Meeting scheduled for March 25 is
new date is May 20. All tickets will be transferred to this new date, should this date not work for any ticket holders please get in touch with us for a refund. Also note that with the ever changing situation, we will monitor this date and if needed will postpone again.
We will also not be planning any other events until such time that we are given the all clear to continue with our operations are normal.
Our office is closed now closed to the public until further notice. Members and other individuals needing service should call the office or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that we are planning to still staff the office for the time being but that may change in the days ahead. If we do close the office we will be working virtually.
Our workplace education classes are currently on hold, we are working to start up a number of new courses but there will be a delay to this and the current course will not be running for a number of weeks.
You Chamber of Commerce has joined a Business/Employee team created by the Halifax Chamber of Commerce...
read the press release.