Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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HALIFAX. x-09s. Nova Scotia is spending 99.5 million dollars to build and renovate schools, including construction of a new Halifax area high school and expansion of an elementary school damaged during a storm-related flood in Cape Breton last fall. Finance Minister Randy Delorey says the design and construction of nine new schools are included in a 684.2-million-dollar capital plan for 2017-18 unveiled today.

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TAG: Specific dollar figures were not provided, but officials say funding will go toward the replacement of J-L Ilsley High School, which is currently in the design phase. Money will also go toward repairing flood damage to Brookland Elementary School in Sydney, and the expansion of the school to accommodate middle school students who will transfer there when Sherwood Park school closes in November 2020. …

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