For those of you in Nova Scotia:

What does culture mean to you? How do you engage in it?

Nova Scotia is developing its first culture action plan, and we need to hear about your participation – whether it’s dancing to local music, wandering through an art gallery, learning more about your community’s history and architecture, or something else.

An online portal hosting a short survey and an opportunity to upload your creative expression of how you feel about culture is open at<> . Most input is expected to come in through the portal, however, other opportunities include in-person events across the province.

Your input will ensure the plan reflects the interests of the full diversity of Nova Scotians, and the province is hoping you will share your opinions before June 30 at midnight.

Nova Scotia's strong culture sector offers opportunities for social and economic growth. The culture action plan will help ensure we make the most of the opportunities.

Again, the survey is at<> . You can follow the conversation @ns_cch and on Facebook at Nova Scotia Government.

Tracey Taweel
Deputy Minister
NS Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage
1741 Brunswick Street, 3rd Floor
PO Box 456
Halifax, NS  B3J 2R5

t:  (902) 424-4938

Renata Aube, Executive Assistsant to the Deputy Minister
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