Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Tag: Government of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia grant program supports municipal water infrastructure projects 

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The Government of Nova Scotia announced 15 communities will receive support for water, wastewater, stormwater and solid waste projects through the Provincial Capital Assistance...

Cape Breton’s Mira Gut Bridge officially opens

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Residents and visitors in the Mira River area no longer have to take a 20-kilometre detour thanks to the completion of the Mira Gut...

Funding for N.S. community hub to expand access to services and...

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The governments of Canada and Nova Scotia and the Town of Pictou announced $9 million in funding for the redevelopment of the deCoste Centre...

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia project put on hold

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Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston announced that the new Art Gallery of Nova Scotia build is on hold. The project was originally expected to cost...

Nova Scotia make funding available for long-term care construction, renovations

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The Province of Nova Scotia announced it will make sure funding is available to build or renovate 24 long-term care facilities across the province...

Government of Nova Scotia releases $1.5B plan for infrastructure spending

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The Government of Nova Scotia unveiled its Capital Plan 2022-23 which will invest more than $1.5 billion to begin new projects and continue work...

Nova Scotia unveils $500M five-year highway improvement plan

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The Government of Nova Scotia announced that it will invest nearly $500 million in capital spending on its highways, bridges and roads in 2022-23. The...

No more tolls on Nova Scotia’s Cobequid Pass highway

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Effective December 16, at 11 a.m., the province eliminated tolls for Nova Scotia-registered vehicles using the Cobequid Pass highway. "Our government promised to remove tolls...

NS investing $33.5 million in three programs to improve roads

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The government of Nova Scotia announced its commitment to double the Gravel Road Capital and Rural Impact Mitigation programs. Another $32.5 million in funding for...

New premier, and department of public works for Nova Scotia

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Tim Houston was sworn in as Nova Scotia's 30th premier on Aug. 31. A 19-member cabinet, with women leading the largest departments, will help...
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