Government is supporting Nova Scotia’s diverse cultural heritage by investing in improvements to community halls and other public spaces where people gather.
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Government is helping ensure Nova Scotians have access to affordable, accessible and reliable transportation options.
More than 20 organizations and municipalities have been given funding for community transportation it was announced on Aug. 3.
Students across the province are gaining valuable work experience through additional jobs supported by the provincial government.
Creating more opportunities for Nova Scotians who want to pursue a career in early childhood education will strengthen and develop the workforce and help meet the needs of families with young children.
Last week the Department of Health and Wellness issued an advisory drawing attention to a significant rise in HIV diagnoses in Nova Scotia so far this year.
Nova Scotians living on low incomes will soon be able to earn and keep more money thanks to a number of investments by government.
Government is supporting several projects that help older Nova Scotians live safely, enjoy good health and stay involved in their communities.
More Nova Scotia homeowners are now able to save money on their energy bills and reduce greenhouse gases to help fight climate change, by installing energy efficient upgrades.
More than 20 initiatives that are underway or now completed will provide $23 million in savings for Nova Scotia businesses. This represents 93 per cent of government’s goal to reduce regulatory burden by $25 million by December 2018.
Four orthopedic surgeons have been recruited to improve care and help more Nova Scotians receive hip and knee replacements.