Yesterday's update includes information on new programs to help people and businesses affected by COVID19 as well as a link to a map showing the case numbers in each health region: Measures to Help Citizens, Businesses Affected by COVID-19 Health and Wellness / COVID - 19 April 2,...

Amendments to the Tobacco Access Act and the Smoke-free Places Act aim to prevent a new generation of Nova Scotians from becoming addicted to nicotine. These legislative changes build on a first-of-its-kind in Canada ban on flavoured e-cigarette products announced in December. Amendments to the acts tabled...

Couples deserve to be able to stay together when they are in long-term care. That is why government is introducing the Life Partners in Long Term Care Act to protect a couple’s right to be placed together. “We want to do everything we can to help life...

The site of the two new schools on Broad Street has been cleared. The Request for Proposals (RFPs) for the design and construction of the new pre-primary – grade 8 school and the grade 9 – 12 high school have closed and the bids are...

Human trafficking and sexual exploitation are devastating to victims and survivors, families and entire communities. That is why government is investing more into programs, services and supports that will raise awareness, prevention and directly help victims and survivors, with an added focus on Mi’kmaw and African...