Shadow Minister for Energy and the Office of Equity and Anti-Racism

Dear Fairview Clayton Park Residents,

As the leaves begin to change colour and the crisp autumn air sets in, I am excited to share with you the latest community events and updates.

With the arrival of fall, we're reminded to take extra precautions to stay healthy during the impending cold and flu season. Keep an eye out for flu shot and Covid vaccine clinics in our community and practice good hygiene to protect yourself and others. Please note that masking is being required in our hospitals once again for the season.

In other news, I'm excited to share that I have recently taken on the role of Shadow Minister for Energy and the Office of Equity and Anti-Racism. These new responsibilities allow me to advocate for cleaner, more sustainable energy solutions and work towards a more inclusive, equitable community for Fairview Clayton Park and all of Nova Scotia. I'm committed to ensuring that our energy future and social policies align with the best interests of our communities.

Today our provincial Legislature returned to start the 64th General Assembly. I remain committed to representing your interests and addressing key issues affecting our community. Follow me on social media to stay up to date on what is happening during this fall session and see other community focused clips such as member statements celebrating outstanding members of our community as well as excerpts from Question Period relevant to us.

As always, your input is invaluable. If you have any concerns, suggestions, or questions, please reach out. Together, we can make a healthier, more connected, and productive Fairview Clayton Park.

Warm regards,

2023 Volunteer Conference

Fairview Clayton Park is home to a variety of exceptional volunteer organizations and groups, spanning various causes and interests, offering individuals a unique opportunity to give back.

The annual conference is a wonderful opportunity to expand your skills by taking part in the workshops and seminars that help empower attendees to make an even greater impact in their respective initiatives and learn relevant skills to build stronger volunteer capacity throughout the municipality.

Registration is open until November 12th for this years Volunteer Conference.

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Top-Priority Topics

Healthcare Updates

🩺 Nova Scotia Health is making masks mandatory to enter its facilities once againLearn more...

📅 Book your COVID-19 or Flu vaccine appointment now. Learn more...

Community Engagement

📝 Nominations for the 2023 Nova Scotia Human Rights Awards are now open, nominate an individual Nova Scotian and/or groups who demonstrate excellence in this area. Learn more...

🔎 In preparation of a review of the Children and Family Services Act to help improve programs and services for children, youth, and families, Nova Scotians are invited to share feedback about the Act. Learn more...


Community Spotlight


#SmallBusinessEveryDay is a year-round initiative that encourages Canadians to support the independent businesses that make their communities unique by keeping their loonies local.

Launched in 2020, the campaign has now entered its fourth year and is helping shed light on the important role small businesses play in supporting our local economies.

Our community is made up of small businesses, show your support by choosing local when you can, write a review, share posts, and engage with content from your favourite local small businesses on social media, and you can show your gratitude by sending a thank you note to your favourite Canadian small business for a chance to win $1,000 cash to support local and a Big Thank You Gift Box of small business goodies from each province and territory across Canada!

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What's on in Fairview-Clayton Park?

🌼 Calling all gardeners in Fairview/Clayton Park! Do you have extra perennial flowers or fruit-bearing bushes? ISANS’ Growing Strong Neighbourhoods Project is looking for neighbours to donate perennials for flower beds at three community gardens. Learn more...

🎃 Join Independent Living Nova Scotia for a spooky evening of fun for all ages and abilities! Dust off your favourite costume or other thematic attire for a memorable event with music, dancing, prizes, and more. Learn more...

🍔 The AIDS Coalition of NS and the Youth Project will be having a spooky-good BBQ fundraiser on October 31st. Learn more...

🛍️ The 2nd Annual Craft Fair will be happening again this year at the Fairview Clayton Park Farmers Market, just in time to kick off the holiday season. Learn more...

🗓️ The Fairview Historical Society is selling limited edition 2024 calendars. Each page is filled with beautiful black and white pictures of "old Fairview". Learn more...