Most families will see a decrease in fees, which follows a previous reduction in the spring. The result will be fees that are 50 percent lower on average than in 2019 for infants, toddlers and preschoolers.
Nova Scotians are encouraged to share their views on what the government can do to help get more healthy, local food onto kitchen tables.
You may be eligible for a tax-free one-time payment of $500 if your income and the amount that you pay on rent qualify.
With temperatures dropping and wintery weather around the corner, the Province advises Nova Scotians to get ready now for winter weather.
Non-profits and cooperative housing groups in Nova Scotia can now apply for support through the Community Housing Growth Fund.
The Heating Assistance Rebate Program helps low-income Nova Scotians with the cost of home heating. Rebates range from $100 to $200. You can apply until March 31, 2023.
Applications are now open for the Small Business Hurricane Relief Program for small businesses struggling in the aftermath of hurricane Fiona.
Community groups are encouraged to create new projects to help Nova Scotia seniors be active and involved in their communities.
The government is asking Nova Scotians to provide feedback on housing needs.
Nova Scotians who have been severely impacted by hurricane Fiona will receive financial support from the Government of Nova Scotia.