The Disaster Financial Assistance Program is now open for municipalities and others who suffered uninsurable losses as a result of this year’s wildfires in Halifax Regional Municipality, Shelburne County, and Yarmouth County.
Category: Government Updates
The Voluntary Vulnerable Persons Registry (VVPR) is a voluntary, self-referral list intended for Halifax Regional Municipality residents who may require more support during emergency situations.
Nova Scotians are invited to share feedback about the Children and Family Services Act.
The Seniors Care Grant helps seniors cover the costs of a range of healthcare and household services, including physiotherapy, medication and grocery delivery, phone services, and home repairs.
Support for small businesses, non-profits, and residential property owners and tenants who have suffered uninsurable damage or loss from the July storm flooding can apply for financial assistance until October 31st.
A provincewide state of emergency was declared on July 22, in response to the severe flooding that happened across the province on July 21.
Applications for the Property Tax Rebate for Seniors, which helps low-income seniors with their municipal residential property taxes are now open.
To determine whether you are still on the Need A Family Practice waitlist, please visit their website, or call 811.
Nova Scotians who lost income because of the recent wildfires in Halifax Regional Municipality and Shelburne County may be eligible for short-term financial support.
Central Nova Scotia will see 14 new or strengthened clinics in the region.