Nova Scotia & PEI News Archives:

February 2018 ‎
CNIB Nova Scotia's Board of Directors 2/12/2018
December 2017 ‎
2016-2017 CNIB Prince Edward Island annual review now available12/4/2017
November 2017 ‎
How a group of dedicated women helped change what it is to be blind in PEI over the last 80 years11/21/2017
October 2017 ‎
That All May Read: Halifax Central Library hosts exhibit that explores the history of blind literacy in Canada10/4/2017
2016-2017 Nova Scotia Division annual review now available10/3/2017
March 2017 ‎
DalSense CNIB Scholarship Application available now3/1/2017
February 2017 ‎
2017 Programs Guide now available2/7/2017
December 2016 ‎
Remembering the Halifax Explosion: How volunteers helped hundreds see beyond vision loss12/1/2016
September 2016 ‎
Two Haligonians honoured as exceptional volunteers at CNIB’s annual meeting9/29/2016
2015-2016 Nova Scotia-Prince Edward Island Division annual review now available9/28/2016
June 2016 ‎
Nominate an extraordinary volunteer in your community for a CNIB Volunteer Award6/20/2016
February 2016 ‎
CNIB is looking for Vision Mate Volunteers in communities across Nova Scotia2/3/2016
December 2015 ‎
Funding for vision rehabilitation improving, but still does not cover costs12/15/2015
November 2015 ‎
Send a letter to your MLA about the urgent need for government funding for vision rehabilitation therapy11/10/2015
Rally for Equality to be held November 12 at NS Legislature11/3/2015
Government must commit to funding vision rehab for blind Nova Scotians11/12/2015
September 2015 ‎
CNIB recognizes two volunteers for their outstanding achievements in helping Nova Scotians who are blind or partially sighted9/22/2015
CNIB applauds Halifax Transit for enhancing accessibility of transit system 9/21/2015
2014-2015 Nova Scotia-Prince Edward Island Division annual review now available9/22/2015
July 2015 ‎
Minister’s misunderstanding of CNIB is hurting blind Nova Scotians7/14/2015
May 2015 ‎
Twelve seniors with vision loss in need of extraordinary volunteers in Annapolis Valley5/22/2015
Police looking for man who stole money from individual with vision loss5/6/2015
Nova Scotians learn how to help loved ones adjust to blindness or partial sight5/27/2015
April 2015 ‎
Volunteers are the heart of our vision4/10/2015
Government cuts jeopardize safety and independence of blind Nova Scotians4/21/2015
CNIB Responds to Minister Bernard’s Comments4/17/2015
March 2015 ‎
2015 CNIB Media statement re: Deloitte review3/27/2015
February 2015 ‎
Workplace eye injuries on the rise among young workers in Nova Scotia2/12/2015
CNIB Statement Regarding Atlantic Canada Lottery Kiosks2/9/2015
CNIB applauds Sobeys’ act of kindness2/4/2015
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