The Federal government has now agreed to move the timetable up for $10/day child care…
Category: Government Updates
Businesses impacted by the latest public health restrictions in Nova Scotia can now apply for support through the Sector Impact Support Program.
The deadline is approaching to apply for the Seniors’ Property Tax Rebate. This program helps seniors living on lower incomes with their municipal residential property taxes by offering eligible seniors a rebate of up to $800.
Changes are coming to how solid waste is managed in Nova Scotia which will reduce waste in our landfills and create a greener and healthier environment.
Beginning December 13th, Nova Scotians can pick up COVID-19 rapid test kits at public libraries across the province. There are 400,000 tests available. They are packaged in kits of five, and there is a limit of one kit per person. The tests can be used at home for people ages three and up.
The province provides funding to facilities and community-run rinks and other recreation facilities can access funds to help with capital costs. Information on the upcoming deadlines and program eligibility for the Rink Revitalization Program and the Community Recreation Capital Grant found here.
The extension of rent control to the end of 2023 gives the Government two years to increase the supply in the affordable housing crisis.
The Heating Assistance Rebate Program (HARP) is now open and runs through March 31, 2022. Help with home heating costs is available for Nova Scotians living on low incomes.
The first session of the 64th General Assembly will resume at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 12 when the Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia delivers the speech from the throne. This is the beginning of the fall sitting of the legislature. MLAs assembled earlier this week to elect the Speaker and Deputy Speakers. Keith Bain, MLA […]
VirtualCareNS, a program launched under the leadership of former Premier Iain Rankin, is set to build on its success with a province-wide expansion available to anyone on the Need a Family Practice Registry. Government will invest an initial $1.3 million to support Nova Scotia Health to expand the VirtualCareNS pilot program to Central and Eastern […]