Virtual Care Nova Scotia provides free, online medical appointments. It is finally now available to anyone on the Need a Family Practice Registry.
The Seniors Care Grant program provides up to $500 to help support eligible seniors to live well at home.
As school doors open and traffic gets a little heavier on our streets, it is a good time to review a few safety tips that can help things run smoothly and keep students safe when returning to school.
Access funding to support ocean and shoreline cleanup projects throughout Nova Scotia.
More than 60 Nova Scotians Receive Platinum Jubilee Medal. The medal recipients represent Nova Scotians who have contributed to diverse fields and organizations, particularly throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Technical Resources Centre will be created, managed, and staffed by Black Canadians. It will provide support, counselling, and expertise to Black communities across Canada.
Nova Scotia will soon have a new fleet of ambulances and response and transport vehicles. They are expected to be on the road in August.
This new taxi service is available to those needing assistance like an arm or escort to and from door to cab, help carrying groceries and packages, or wheelchair transport.
The free one-stop job fair will connect newcomers to the jobs, communities and settlement services they need to build a life in Nova Scotia.
Help Encounter Church of The Salvation Army and Halifax Regional Police stuff a police cruiser with school supplies to help families in need from your community.