Nova Scotia’s natural wonders are counting on us, together we can ensure that the landscapes we cherish remain vibrant and untouched for years to come. Contribute to Nova Scotia’s future by participating in the Protected Areas Strategy survey.
As we enter the peak of hurricane season, the importance of readiness cannot be overstated. The powerful winds, heavy rain, and potential devastation associated with hurricanes underscore the significance of proactive measures.
The Nia Summit provides African Nova Scotian/Black youth the opportunity to take part in an event created by their peers, one that addresses their unique needs, amplifies their voices, and facilitates community-building.
The specialized program in cooking entrepreneurship (SPICE) helps women learn how to develop a business plan and follow regulations for running a food business.
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.
The annual Burgers to Beat MS Day is Thursday, August 17.
Ted Rogers Community Grants are available to registered charities and non-profits to support youth through programs in education, health and sport, entrepreneurship, and digital literacy.
Non-profits, industry associations, social enterprises, municipalities, academic institutions, and other organizations that benefit the public can apply for funding.
General Insurance OmbudService can provide advice on dealing with your insurance company regarding damage from Hurricane Fiona.
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.
Councilor Tim Outhit recently shared an update on plans for a passenger ferry from Bedford to downtown Halifax.
2nd Annual Bedford South End of Summer Fest will be held on Saturday September 9th.
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.