Nova Scotians will be going to the polls for a general provincial election on Tuesday, August 17.
A wide range of projects are eligible for funding, from energy systems to solid waste to recreational infrastructure. Fire halls and fire-station infrastructure have been recently added as an investment category, further contributing to the program’s objective of building stronger and more resilient communities.
The community-led projects are supported through the Community Facilities Improvement Program (CFIP), which focuses on repairing and improving existing building exteriors and interior features.
The investment will help bring 60 new battery-operated, electric buses to Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM).
The investment includes new diagnostic, imaging and monitoring equipment. The equipment upgrades to ensure hospitals are providing the best care for Nova Scotians