Amendments to the Apprenticeship and Trades Qualification Act, proclaimed on Oct. 18, make for a stronger trades system in the province.
The Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency has additional tools and authority to enforce...Read More »
General deer hunting season in Nova Scotia begins Friday, Oct. 26, and continues to Saturday, Dec. 1. Hunters are required to carry a compass and waterproof matches. Anyone going into the woods should also carry a map or GPS unit, a first-aid...Read More »
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this release was sent out yesterday by ILA...Read More »
More businesses across the province are investing in improvements to their establishments, making them more accessible to persons with disabilities.
Kevin Murphy, MLA for Eastern Shore, on behalf of Communities, Culture and...Read More »
Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI) has approved a business development incentive in the form of an innovation rebate for B.R. Printing Plates Company Limited, also known as Maritime Labels and Packaging.
Founded in 1970, the company has...Read More »
Mi’kmaw communities are once again showing leadership in Nova Scotia’s energy sector by adding more clean, renewable solar energy to the electricity grid.
Kings South MLA Keith Irving, on behalf of Energy and Mines...Read More »
The province announced today, Oct. 15, support for 10 communities for water and wastewater projects through the Provincial Capital Assistance Program.
“Access to safe drinking water and wastewater treatment are... Read More »
Nova Scotians can apply for the Heating Assistance Rebate Program (HARP) using a fast and easy online application process.
The program, launched today, Oct. 15, offers a rebate up to $200 to help people heat their homes. ...Read More »
Nova Scotians continue to add more clean, renewable solar energy to our homes and community buildings with support from the province.
Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development Zach Churchill, on behalf of Energy and...Read More »