The first update to Budget 2018-19 projects a small increase to the surplus as revenue projections rise.
Minister of Finance and Treasury Board Karen Casey presented an update to Budget 2018-19 today, Sept. 27. The projected surplus is $34.5...Read More »
Improved services for Nova Scotians applying for employment support and income services, and new accommodations to help disabled parents and guardians get their children to school bus stops were among the reforms triggered by the Office of the... Read More »
Government is taking steps toward the long-term sustainability of the current Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition site in Bible Hill.
Legislation introduced today, Sept. 26, will repeal the Nova Scotia Provincial Exhibition Commission Act,...Read More »
Responsible Gambling Awareness Week runs from October 1-7.
The Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation promotes responsible gambling awareness all year-round but during its week-long awareness campaign, Nova Scotians have a chance to know the game....Read More »
“Many of these foreign workers made as little as $2.41 per hour while working in Canada” Source: SHIPPING NEWS: Canadian ship owners manipulate cabotage rules | The Chronicle...Read More »
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Amendments to the Municipal Government Act and the Halifax Regional Charter introduced today, Sept. 25, will require municipalities to plan for the efficient use of land within their boundaries.
Under the new amendments, municipalities will...Read More »
The appointment of two new Crown attorneys was announced today, Sept. 25, by the Public Prosecution Service.
They are Adam McCulley in Halifax and Katrina Trask in Dartmouth.
“Mr. McCulley and Ms. Trask each have a unique legal...Read More »