News releases from Community Services (Page 4)

Applications Open for Building Vibrant Communities Grants

Community Services / Communities, Culture and Heritage (Jan. 2011 - Aug. 2021)

Community groups that deliver, strengthen or expand programs that help Nova Scotians living on low incomes can now apply for a Building Vibrant Communities grant.

Province Phasing Out Harbourside Adult Residential Facility in Yarmouth

Community Services

Living in a community allows people to be part of a neighbourhood, to feel valued for their contributions and to have the ability to pursue the lives they choose.

Child Benefit Increasing

Community Services

Nova Scotia is continuing efforts to support people living on lower incomes.

Public Consultation Report on Opening Adoption Records Available

Community Services

The Department of Community Services recently consulted Nova Scotians about opening adoption records. The report detailing the results of this consultation is now available.

Publication du rapport sur les résultats de la consultation publique portant sur l’ouverture des dossiers d’adoption

Community Services

Le ministère des Services communautaires a récemment consulté les Néo-Écossais au sujet de l’ouverture des dossiers d’adoption. Il est maintenant possible de consulter le rapport sur les résultats de cette consultation.

Mesures visant à aider les personnes vulnérables en Nouvelle-Écosse

COVID - 19 / Community Services / Seniors (Oct. 2007 - Aug. 2021) / Health and Wellness

Le premier ministre Stephen McNeil, Kelly Regan, ministre des Services communautaires, et le docteur Robert Strang, médecin-hygiéniste en chef, ont annoncé aujourd'hui 19 mars des mesures pour aider les personnes vulnérables de la province et pour réduire davantage la propagation de la COVID-19 dans la province.

Measures to Help Vulnerable Nova Scotians

COVID - 19 / Health and Wellness / Community Services / Seniors (Oct. 2007 - Aug. 2021)

Premier Stephen McNeil, Community Services Minister Kelly Regan and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief medical officer of health, announced today, March 19, measures to help vulnerable Nova Scotians and to further prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the province.

Investments to Help Fight Homelessness and Provide Affordable Housing

Community Services / Municipal Affairs and Housing

The quality of life for Nova Scotians greatly depends on access to safe and affordable housing. That is why government is investing hundreds of millions to fight homelessness, provide affordable housing and raise the income level of those who need it most.

Celebrating Social Enterprises that Employ Adults with Diverse Abilities

Premier's Office / Community Services

All Nova Scotians deserve the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential. Social enterprises across the province are helping adults with diverse abilities reach that full potential through programming and employment opportunities.

Government Invests in Corridor Community Options

Premier's Office / Community Services

Corridor Community Options, in Enfield, will soon have a new, larger, more accessible building, allowing more people with diverse abilities to participate in specialized day programs.

Provincial Approach to Address Human Trafficking, Sexual Exploitation

Community Services / Justice

Human trafficking and sexual exploitation are devastating to victims and survivors, families and entire communities.

Province Supports Horizon Achievement Centre in Sydney, to Expand Employment Opportunities

Community Services

Building a stronger Nova Scotia where everyone can grow and succeed means all people should have the opportunity to live active lives and contribute to their communities.

Province Helps Non-Profit Rebuild, Expand After Fire

Community Services

All Nova Scotians deserve the opportunity to thrive and reach their full potential. That is why the province is investing $1 million to help Haley Street Adult Services Centre in North Sydney rebuild and expand programs for adults with diverse abilities.

More Training Opportunities for Persons with Disabilities, Barriers to Employment

Community Services

With government support of $500,000, the Flower Cart Group in New Minas will help more persons with diverse abilities access employment training.

Le sondage au sujet des dossiers d'adoption est toujours en ligne

Community Services

Les gens de la Nouvelle-Écosse qui souhaitent exprimer leur opinion au sujet des dossiers d'adoption peuvent répondre au sondage en ligne jusqu'au 3 janvier.

Online Survey on Adoption Records Still Open

Community Services

Nova Scotians who would like to voice their opinion about adoption records have until Jan. 3 to complete the online survey.

More Support for Income Assistance Clients

Community Services

All Nova Scotians deserve a chance to build a better life for themselves and their families. That is why Nova Scotians living on low incomes will get more financial support in 2020.

Emplacements et dates des consultations sur l'ouverture des dossiers d'adoption

Community Services

Des séances d'information sur les dossiers d'adoption auront lieu en novembre et en décembre dans le but d'obtenir l'opinion des gens de la Nouvelle-Écosse sur l'ouverture des dossiers d'adoption.

Locations and Dates Announced for Consultations on Open Adoption Records

Community Services

Community information sessions on adoption records will be held in November and December to ask Nova Scotians what they think about open adoption records.

Sondage en ligne au sujet des dossiers d'adoption

Community Services

Le gouvernement a lancé un sondage en ligne pour demander l'opinion des gens de la Nouvelle-Écosse au sujet des dossiers d'adoption ouverts.