Our affordable housing and repair programs are now available through Housing Nova Scotia, the new provincial government corporation dedicated to ensuring everyone can find housing that’s right for them. Visit Housing Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotians are invited to provide input to shape the province's first Sexual Violence Strategy.
The government would like to hear from all Nova Scotians who have been impacted by sexual violence or want to make a positive change. This includes victims, survivors, family members of victims and survivors, educators, employers, health-care professionals, advocates, community members and concerned citizens. Learn more...
Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard speaks with Anne MacRae, Co-chair of the Minister’s Advisory Panel; Charlie MacDonald (with guide dog Cosby); Speaker of the Legislative Assembly Kevin Murphy; and Joe Rudderham, Co-chair of the Minister’s Advisory Panel at Province House on June 24, 2014.
Foster parents join Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard for the announcement. (Left to Right) Kimberley Berry, of Timberlea; Marina Keeping, of Dartmouth; Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard; and Marrilee Wilson, of Halifax.