Life is full of milestones - those important events such as getting married, having a baby, or preparing for retirement. Then there are those not-so-great experiences, such as losing a wallet or running into financial difficulties. Whether happy or sad, these events and experiences often mean some contact with government. This website can help you find what you need, whatever the department, and whatever the level of government.
We cover passports, permanent resident cards, social insurance numbers, birth certificates, and health cards. It's a good starting point for replacing lost or stolen I.D.
Family abuse is a crime. We have information to help you get the facts and to get help.
We offer quick links to forms for budgeting, suggested solutions for managing your bills, and references to help you learn about your rights in the marketplace.
We have collected sites and information to help you on your journey. You will find information about career options, trends, and career-specific training, as well as job search skills and strategies.
Find information on how to get a licence, including how to get your road/knowledge test receipt online and how to upgrade your licence or renew your vehicle permit online.
From planning to start-up to operating and more, we provide you with access to information you need to do it right.
The resources on this web site have been compiled to help seniors and their families easily find information about health care, how to get the best out of retirement or other services according to their individual needs.
A wealth of online information and services offer a bird's eye view of what to see and do, where to stay, and how to get there.
We have telephone and energy company listings, facts and figures about Nova Scotia including real estate, health care, education and cost of living, an overview of Nova Scotia's many municipalities.
We have gathered information and resources to help you with the many details that must be seen to when someone dies-from what to do first, to applying online for a death certificate, to preparing tax returns for deceased persons.