Amendments to the Nova Scotia Museums Act
Amendments to the Nova Scotia Museums Act tabled today, October 13, will include the Chair of the Board of the Sherbrooke Restoration Commission as a member of the Nova Scotia Museum Board of Governors.
“The addition of the Chair of the Sherbrooke Restoration Commission to the Nova Scotia Museum Board of Governors adds an important, locally-run rural museum voice to the governance of our provincial museum,” said Pat Dunn, Minister of Communities, of Culture, Tourism and Heritage. « This addition is another step in our commitment to helping agencies, boards and commissions operate effectively and efficiently. »
The changes were recommended as part of the government’s review of agencies, offices and Crown corporations completed this summer.
- the President will join the Nova Scotia Museum Board of Trustees effective January 1
- located on the banks of the St. Mary’s River, Sherbrooke Village is an authentic heritage village, depicting a typical Nova Scotian village from 1860 to pre-WWI
- Sherbrooke Village is the largest site of the Nova Scotia Museum