A Note from Patricia, October 2021

I would like to take this opportunity to once again thank the residents of Fairview Clayton Park for continuing to instill their faith in me as their elected representative.

Apply Now: Home Heating Help

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.

64th General Assembly to resume

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

Support for communities across Nova Scotia

A wide range of projects are eligible for funding, from energy systems to solid waste to recreational infrastructure. Fire halls and fire-station infrastructure have been recently added as an investment category, further contributing to the program’s objective of building stronger and more resilient communities.

Investments to improve community facilities

The community-led projects are supported through the Community Facilities Improvement Program (CFIP), which focuses on repairing and improving existing building exteriors and interior features.

Emergency support for non-profit recreation facilities

The fund will assist with operational expenses to ensure that facilities can continue to operate or to reopen. Eligible facilities will be assessed on their overhead costs in relation to their revenue loss to determine funding support.

Improved cancer care for Nova Scotians

Over the next three years, the government will invest $11.1 million to reduce out-of-pocket costs for travel, accommodations, ostomy supplies and cancer drugs.