Twenty Nova Scotia students have earned the Pengrowth-Nova Scotia Energy Scholarship or the Energy Innovation Grant which support their pursuit of energy-related studies at post-secondary institutions. Colby Ley, who attends PVEC is a recipient.
A recruitment team is headed back to the United Kingdom (U.K.) to try to attract more doctors to live and work in Nova Scotia.
Staff from the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration,
A grant program opened Oct. 1 that will strengthen community programs and services that help Nova Scotians struggling to make ends meet.
The Building Vibrant Communities grant is available to community groups that deliver,
As the province with the highest number of doctors per capita in Canada, our Nova Scotia government is making important advancements when it comes to addressing the nation’s doctor shortage.
Through a $160,000 investment, Invest Nova Scotia is supporting farmers and setting students up for success by delivering healthy lunches in five schools on the province’s South Shore.
The investment will support Agri-Futures Nova Scotia’s salad bar pilot project.
Apply for the Property Tax Rebate for Seniors to help with the cost of your municipal residential property taxes. The Property Tax Rebate for Seniors helps low-income seniors with the cost of municipal residential property taxes.
Thousands of Nova Scotians were left without electricity in the wake of Hurricane Dorian and were forced to discard food, resulting in a significant financial burden for some.
The Nova Scotia Government is supporting economic growth and improved road safety with a $20.4 million investment in new highway infrastructure in Bridgewater.
The project, which includes a new interchange between Exits 12 and 13,