Nova Scotia’s outdated Motor Vehicle Act is being replaced with a new, modern Traffic Safety Act that will help make the province’s roads and highways safer.
Nova Scotians are encouraged to nominate individuals and groups for the 2018 Human Rights Awards.
Happy October Fairview – Clayton Park, It has been a wonderful autumn so far with all of the beauty of this season, here in our province, still ahead of us. The Fall sitting of the Legislature has been a very productive one, with pieces of legislation that impact so many of us in the community […]
On Saturday September 22, 2018 the Lebanese community began what would be a weekend long celebration, with the unveiling of a statue on the Halifax waterfront celebrating the Lebanese emigrant, the first of whom landed on our shores over 130 years ago. The event was made even more special for the large Lebanese Maronite Catholic […]
Up to 37 more school buses will be added in the Halifax region to help improve bus service for students this school year.
Education, buildings, and shared spaces in Nova Scotia will soon be guided by accessibility standards.
Building on the recent success of the SolarHomes program, Nova Scotians continue to add more clean, renewable solar energy to our electricity grid with support from the province.
Nova Scotia is launching a pilot project, effective Oct. 1, in six communities to enhance trail connections for off-highway vehicles.
Service Nova Scotia Minister Geoff MacLellan introduced amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act that will benefit both tenants and landlords.
Amendments to the Vital Statistics Act introduce X as an option for gender identity on the Nova Scotia birth certificate and make the display of the sex field optional.