The changes will support the participation of more Nova Scotians in seeking elected office by reimbursing candidates for reasonable additional family and accessibility related expenses incurred during the election.
The province will be consulting with Nova Scotians on these proposed sites. A 60-day, online consultation will launch soon, and Nova Scotians will be notified.
The report provides an overview of the investigation conducted by the Department of Labour and Advanced Education.
Ambassatours Gray Line and Murphy’s on the Water, Cabot Links and Coach Atlantic have signed on to the program, announced in October 2020 to help rebuild one of the sectors hardest hit by the COVID-19 global pandemic.
“Portia White is a celebrated example of excellence for her artistry and for ground-breaking achievements,” said African Nova Scotian Affairs Minister Tony Ince. “A scholarship in her name helps honour her important legacy.”
The fund will allow schools to enhance existing outdoor learning spaces or create new ones.
Community groups and organizations that support vulnerable Nova Scotians have received funds so they can help those who need it most.
The building will replace the current structure and include public washrooms, change rooms and a small multipurpose space.
Changes to the province’s Parenting and Support Act will provide more clarity and alignment with recent amendments to the federal Divorce Act.
The province is investing $10 million to support 25 communities through the Back to Work Community Partnership initiative so they can plan and deliver short-term programs aimed at helping people build skills and connect to the local workforce. “As we begin our next chapter and work toward economic recovery, we need to ensure our future […]