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  • Monday, January 26, 2015

    Federal, Provincial Governments Announce Housing Co-operatives Funding

    Many Nova Scotians living in housing co-operatives will soon benefit from repairs made through funding from the Social Housing Assistance Repair Program (SHARP). The province will invest $8 million over the next three years to help co-ops make repairs to members’ homes. The funds will be drawn from the $42 million in deferred federal contribution […]

  • Monday, January 26, 2015

    Gordon Wilson named to Palliative Care Advisory Committee

    Clare-Digby MLA, Gordon Wilson has been named to the Provincial Palliative Care Advisory Committee overseeing the province’s new Palliative Care Strategy. The plan, entitled “Integrated Palliative Care: Planning for Action in Nova Scotia,” was released in April 2014, outlining a framework for delivering standardized palliative care in the province. This work will be guided by […]

  • Monday, January 26, 2015

    Working Hard to Reduce Red Tape in Nova Scotia

    An op-ed from Mark Furey … The Canadian Federation of Business Red Tape Awareness Week reminds us that excessive government regulation can create hardship for small and medium-sized businesses. I want Nova Scotians to know that reducing red tape and modernizing programs is a priority for this government. The private sector is a key driver […]

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