• Friday, October 21, 2016

    New Online Service to Cut Red Tape for Vehicle Dealers

    Government announced a new online service, during Small Business Week, that will make it easier, faster and more convenient for Nova Scotia vehicle dealers to register the vehicles they sell. The new online service will cut red tape, allowing new and used vehicle dealers to focus more on their costumers and growing their businesses. “Small […]

  • Friday, October 21, 2016

    Changes to Help Foster Families Care for Children

    Government is making changes to give foster families more flexibility and resources to care for vulnerable children. Starting Nov. 1, Nova Scotia foster parents will receive $200 for each child when they first arrive in care. “From the bottom of my heart, I thank all Nova Scotian foster parents for giving so much of themselves […]

  • Friday, October 21, 2016

    Workplace Safety in Health-care Facilities

    The province is taking further steps to ensure health-care facilities are safe workplaces. Premier Stephen McNeil announced today, Oct. 21, that a working group will be formed to look at safety protocols in our hospitals and health clinics. The goal is to make sure the appropriate measures are in place to keep staff, patients and […]

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