A Message from the President
It is my absolute privilege and honour to be elected as President of the NSNWA. I am looking forward to representing the NSNWA and working with the chapters and other executive team members to advance NSNWA’s mandate.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank our outgoing President, Annie Bernard-Daisley. The present success of NSWNA would not have been possible without her leadership and for all her contributions and the hard work that she put in over the years.
I hope you are as enthusiastic as I am to see what kind of changes all of us can make together in 2022 and beyond!
Bernadette Marshall, President NSNWA
On March 22, 2020, the Province of Nova Scotia declared a state of emergency to help contain the spread of COVID-19. The state of emergency has been extended until noon on May 31, 2020. Under The Health Protection Act all not-for-profit and for-profit businesses and organizations in Nova Scotia may continue to operate but must implement social distancing of two metres or six feet within these workplaces. If a not-for-profit business or organization carrying on business in Nova Scotia that cannot, due to its physical size, maintain the social distancing requirement set then they must limit the number of customers or clients on its premises to no more than 5 persons at a time.