SYDNEY, N.S. —
Since its opening, the Nova Scotia Power Makerspace has become a buzz of activity that sees college students working alongside crafters and artisans on any given day.
The volume of activity and creativity is accentuated when commercial clients and other members of the space join the group for training opportunities and project creation.
But that was months ago before COVID-19 safety precautions limited access to the creative space. Operators are hoping that flurry of creativity and innovation will quickly return now that the Makerspace has re-opened its doors.
“That whole community and cross-pollination side of things has completely gone away. That’s one thing I’m really excited to see come back,” said Matt Swan, director…