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786 releases issued in the specified time period for Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

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Province Invests in Projects Worth $21 Million

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May 20, 2004 12:52 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Province Invests in Projects Worth $21 Million
Residents of Halifax County, Shelburne, Pictou and Bible Hill can soon look forward to community improvements through 10 projects being funded by the Nova Scotia government.

Northern, Eastern Communities Share in ACCESS-ability Funding

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May 19, 2004 9:33 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Northern, Eastern Communities Share in ACCESS-ability Funding
Three community groups in Cumberland, Guysborough and Pictou counties will receive more than $24,000 to help make their facilities more accessible to seniors and people with disabilities. The projects include building ramps, accessible washrooms and widening doorways.

South Shore, Valley, Western Communities Share in Funding

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May 19, 2004 9:28 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--South Shore, Valley, Western Communities Share in Funding
Six community groups in Annapolis, Kings, Lunenburg and Yarmouth counties will receive more than $35,000 to help make their facilities more accessible to seniors and people with disabilities. The projects include installing automatic door openers, wheelchair accessible washrooms and building ramps.

Cape Breton Shares in Community ACCESS-ability funding

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May 19, 2004 9:22 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Cape Breton Shares in Community ACCESS-ability funding
Seven community groups in Cape Breton and Inverness counties will receive more than $50,000 to help make their facilities more accessible to seniors and people with disabilities. The projects include installing automatic door openers, wheelchair accessible washrooms and building ramps.

Halifax Communities Share in Community ACCESS-ability Funding

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May 19, 2004 9:15 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Halifax Communities Share in Community ACCESS-ability Funding
Three community groups in Halifax County will receive $26,000 to help make their facilities more accessible to seniors and people with disabilities. The projects include installing elevators and paving walking paths.

County of Antigonish Welcomes Infrastructure Project

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May 18, 2004 2:45 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--County of Antigonish Welcomes Infrastructure Project
Improved water and sewer services in Antigonish County will be the result of a project announced today, May 18, through the Canada-Nova Scotia Infrastructure Program.

Petroleum Products Pricing Act Introduced

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May 13, 2004 12:20 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Petroleum Products Pricing Act Introduced
Legislation that will give consumers notice of fuel price increases and government the authority to implement stronger measures if needed was tabled in the legislature today, May 13.

Western Nova Scotia Welcomes Three Infrastructure Projects

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May 11, 2004 9:42 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Western Nova Scotia Welcomes Three Infrastructure Projects
Residents of Meteghan, Middleton and Cornwallis Park can look forward to some much-anticipated community improvements because of three projects announced through the Canada-Nova Scotia Infrastructure Program.

Province Moves to Protect Consumer Interests

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May 7, 2004 4:45 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Province Moves to Protect Consumer Interests
Barry Barnet, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations, has appointed Daniel MacKay as the administrator of Heatherdale Memorial Gardens in Alma, Pictou Co.

Province Moves To Protect Jobs, Industry

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May 7, 2004 10:39 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--CXN--Province Moves To Protect Jobs, Industry
Keeping jobs and industry in Nova Scotia are the benefits from legislation introduced today, May 7, by Barry Barnet, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations.

Municipal Amendments Introduced

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May 5, 2004 2:55 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Municipal Amendments Introduced
Amendments to municipal-related legislation introduced today, May 5, include clauses that would enable municipalities to charge a lower tax rate to licensed, commercial child-care centres, and another to promote development of recreation facilities.

New Minas Welcomes Infrastructure Project

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May 1, 2004 11:00 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--New Minas Welcomes Infrastructure Project
Residents of Greenwich, Kings Co., can look forward to a safe, reliable source of water for their homes thanks to a project announced today, May 1, through the Canada-Nova Scotia Infrastructure Program.

Minister Talks Taxes to Municipal Leaders

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April 30, 2004 10:44 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Minister Talks Taxes to Municipal Leaders
Giving a break to commercial child-care centres and getting rid of the business occupancy tax were the highlights of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Minister Barry Barnet's address to municipal leaders today, April 30 in White Point, Queens Co.

Amendments To Ensure Cemetery Operations Continue

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April 21, 2004 12:00 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Amendments To Ensure Cemetery Operations Continue
The Nova Scotia legislature has sent to law amendments a bill that would ensure cemeteries continue to be maintained and operated after their owners abandon them.

Template for Municipal Website Launched

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April 14, 2004 9:33 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Template for Municipal Website Launched
Designing and developing a website has become a lot easier for towns and other municipalities in Nova Scotia. A template to deliver web-based information and services to their residents is now available to all municipal units.

Investments and Burial Lots Protected

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March 18, 2004 1:01 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Investments and Burial Lots Protected
Officials at Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations have inspected the financial records at Forest Haven Memorial Gardens in Sydney and found the burial plan trust accounts to be in good shape.

Agencies Working Together To Combat Identity Theft

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March 11, 2004 2:08 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Agencies Working Together To Combat Identity Theft
Government and law enforcement agencies are urging consumers to be on the lookout for warning signs that they could be a victim of Canada's fastest growing crime: identity theft.

Consumers To Benefit From Land Registration Changes

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March 11, 2004 10:23 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Consumers To Benefit From Land Registration Changes
Major changes in property registration procedures in Annapolis, Digby, Hants and Kings counties should make future land sales faster and easier for consumers.

Richmond County Communities Receive Infrastructure Funding

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March 5, 2004 1:13 PM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Richmond County Communities Receive Infrastructure Funding
Hundreds of Richmond County residents will soon enjoy safer drinking water and a cleaner environment.

Emma and Ethan Retain Top Spots

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February 27, 2004 8:41 AM

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Emma and Ethan Retain Top Spots
Once again there was stiff competition from Madison and Matthew, but for the second year in a row, Emma and Ethan were the most popular baby names in Nova Scotia.

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