Forty-seven modular classrooms will be purchased for the Halifax Regional Centre for Education
Budget 2021-22, A Fair and Prosperous Future: Path to Balance, estimates a deficit of $584.9 million with revenue of $11.8 billion and expenses, after consolidation adjustments, of $12.4 billion.
It lays a solid foundation for a strong economy in which business can grow.
The investment will focus on removing barriers for those who want to participate in community and competitive sport but haven’t been able to because of ability, limited equipment, funding or programming.
As Nova Scotia’s digital economy continues to grow, the need for more training opportunities in computer science is essential.
The initiative is in recognition of the fact that foster families incur expenses for which they often do not submit a claim.
Light House Go! will partner with Nova Scotia cultural organizations and individual artists to co-produce a minimum of 20 segments of performance content to share on its streaming service.
The Province of Nova Scotia and the Government of Canada are investing more than $19 million in several projects to improve infrastructure at the IWK Health Centre, Halifax Infirmary and QEII Health Sciences Centre
The new Act to Open Adoption Records in Nova Scotia allows adopted children, once they turn 19, and birth parents to access adoption information if they want to.
The Small Business Real Property Tax Rebate Program provides qualified businesses a one-time rebate of a portion of their paid property taxes.