During the wildfire risk season (March 15 to October 15) all domestic brush burning and campfires must adhere to daily Nova Scotia burning restrictions.
Nova Scotians are reminded to check before they burn during wildfire risk season.
Sportfishing in Nova Scotia generated about $66.5 million in 2018. Last season, over 66,000 licences were sold.
Nova Scotians are encouraged to take advantage of the warmer weather and head to one of the province’s many waterways to enjoy the 2019 sportfishing season opening on April 1.
A new pilot program is being launched to help young people with autism spectrum disorder who are experiencing serious behavioural issues.
“Children often face challenging situations and need support in an environment they’re comfortable in,” said Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey.
More support is coming for Nova Scotians living with opioid use disorder through an agreement that will help stabilize programs and services and improve wait times for those who need treatment.
A new award launched March 13, will recognize top Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) culinary students. At a ceremony at the college’s Akerley Campus, Lt.-Gov. Arthur J. LeBlanc launched the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Culinary Excellence.
Climate change is affecting our oceans and we must adapt to ensure our coastlines are protected.
Today, March 12, Environment Minister Margaret Miller introduced a new Coastal Protection Act that will ensure clear provincewide rules for what can and cannot be done on Nova Scotia’s vulnerable coastlines.
Communities across the province will see investments in hospitals, schools, highways and other critical infrastructure that will serve Nova Scotians for generations to come.
Finance and Treasury Board Minister Karen Casey released Capital Plan 2019-20 today,
Employment in Nova Scotia reached a new high of 466,500 this February, continuing eight consecutive months of growth, according to Statistics Canada. At the same time, the unemployment rate fell to 6.4 per cent,
The Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP) is offering free tax preparation clinics where volunteers complete tax returns for eligible individuals. You may be eligible if you have a modest income and a simple tax situation.
Farmers who suffered financial loss from severe frost last June will now have access to funding to help them recover for next year. Government announced today (February 25th) $16.7 million in a Frost Loss Program.