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 »
Young Nova Scotians who are challenging themselves and making a difference in their communities are being celebrated today, Oct. 15, with a flag raising at Province House, in Halifax as part of Duke Awareness Week.
The awareness...Read More »
Nova Scotians have a new way to save money on their energy bills and fight climate change by installing smart thermostats in their homes.
The devices are being added to the Energy Efficient Product Rebate Program, which offers...Read More »
Starting today, Oct. 12, Nova Scotians can apply for Sexual Violence Prevention Innovation Grants of up to $5,000. The grants support community groups and organizations, including youth and marginalized groups to reach out to their peers...Read More »
Government built on its solid fiscal plan and momentum created by Nova Scotians during the fall 2018 sitting of the 63rd General Assembly, which wrapped up today, Oct. 11.
“We began this sitting with a... Read More »
Two new public health physicians are now practising in Nova Scotia.
Dr. Daniela Kempkens and Dr. Jessica Jackman are the province’s newest medical officers of health. They will work with the Nova Scotia Health Authority,...Read More »
The province has granted Lafarge Canada Inc. industrial approval to use tires as a low-carbon fuel at its Brookfield cement plant in Colchester County. The industrial approval will allow the company to operate the project over a 12-month...Read More »