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Businesses and community groups applying for a permanent liquor licence now have the option to have the required police system check conducted by Service Nova Scotia liquor licensing staff, at no cost to the client. (Read More)
Any Nova Scotian with peeling paint on their vehicle’s licence plate is required to visit an Access Nova Scotia Centre to obtain a replacement plate. Defective plates will be replaced at no cost. (Read More)
More illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets of Nova Scotia following a month-long investigation by Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit. (Read More)
Nova Scotians will continue to get emergency home heating help this winter, thanks to the Good Neighbour Energy Fund. (Read More)
Nova Scotia's restaurants and their customers will benefit from a change to liquor licensing regulations. (Read More)
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