Halifax Meals on Wheels delivers fresh chilled meals and warm hearts to those in Halifax who are unable to prepare a nutritious meal for themselves.
The government is providing funding for 12 innovative projects to support seniors in their homes and communities. The Disability Support Program is working on community-based housing and support options.
Tick-borne illnesses are preventable by taking some simple precautions. They are very small, which makes them hard to spot and their bites don’t hurt, which makes it difficult to know when you’ve been bitten.
Over the coming months the Platinum Jubilee Medal will be awarded to 5,000 Nova Scotians in recognition of significant contributions and service to the province.
I have partnered with the Lung Association of Nova Scotia & Prince Edward Island to offer the MLA Radon Detector Loan Program through our office. This partnership is providing community access to a short-term digital radon detector for 6-weeks.
Earlier this month was Disaster Preparedness Week. I want to make sure that all residents of Fairview Clayton Park are prepared, just in case. It’s always good to have an emergency preparedness kit ready.
This award is open to all community-led, private sector, and academic initiatives that contribute to the mental health and well-being of Nova Scotians. The deadline for nominations is May 31.
Please see my remarks from the Red Dress ceremony at the West today. Red Dress Day brings awareness and calls for all Canadians to speak out on violence against Indigenous women, girls and gender diverse people.
The amendments help to modernize first aid requirements and consolidate them in Nova Scotia under the Workplace Health and Safety Regulations.
The plan is focused on creating a system where Nova Scotians can access world-class healthcare in a timely manner and health providers are respected, valued and heard. It commits to improving diversity and equity throughout the system.