As of July 1, the inspection, compliance and enforcement functions from several provincial government departments will come together under Nova Scotia Environment.
Departments involved in this consolidation include the Department of Natural Resources, the Department of Health and Wellness, the Department of Agriculture, Nova Scotia Environment, and the Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture.
For more information, visit novascotia.ca/nse/inspection-compliance-enforcement/
There are about 5,000 restaurants, grocery stores and food service facilities in Nova Scotia. Inspectors conduct inspections and audits on food service establishments using risk based assessments.
The inspection report disclosure website provides information on the results of these inspections. The website confirms compliance with food safety regulations or required corrective action.
The reports that are located on this site are only for inspections completed after July 10, 2008. As more inspection reports are added, they will be available for a three-year period. Inspection reports are usually posted within three days of an inspection being completed.
Disclaimer: Although the information is thought to be accurate, the Province of Nova Scotia implies absolutely no warranty for its accuracy, completeness or use. The province shall not be held liable for any losses or damages, including lost profits, for the use of information within this website or information that can be accessed through this website.
All data is guaranteed from the time as listed above. Not all inspection information is available online at this time.