Safety tips: How to stay safe and ready this storm season
We know power outages are inconvenient and can impact your life. That’s why we’re sharing how our team stays storm ready, and we encourage you to do the same by following a few safety and preparedness tips.
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Rainbow Refugee NS supports LGBTQI+ newcomers through a circle of care model
The Rainbow Refugee Association of Nova Scotia provides support to LGBTQI+ refugees to resettle in Nova Scotia. We chatted with Rhiannon Makohoniuk, Executive Director of Rainbow Refugee NS, about the association and the great work they do to help newcomers settle in our beautiful province.
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How we plan and stay prepared for storms
Storm season is here, which means planning and preparing for some powerful storms. We’re sharing how we stay prepared for storm season and proactively maintain and storm-harden the grid.
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You Asked, We Answer: What happened this past weekend with the extreme temperatures?
This past weekend, we experienced record-breaking extreme cold weather conditions, which led to some power outages. You asked us a lot of important questions, and we’re answering the top ones.
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Psychological health and safety in the workplace and at home
When we think of psychological health and safety, what may come to mind are things such as practicing self-care, asking for help, creating personal boundaries, and including exercise and good nutrition in our day. While these are all great strategies, there is more to psychological safety both at work and at home.
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