News releases from Finance and Treasury Board (Page 1)

Amendments to Securities Act Creates Consistency Among Provinces

Finance and Treasury Board

Amendments to the Securities Act introduced today, Sept. 27, will create consistency with other provinces and improve enforcement of securities laws.

Budget Update Shows Surplus Growth

Finance and Treasury Board

The first update to Budget 2018-19 projects a small increase to the surplus as revenue projections rise.

Update of Anti-Gambling Program

Finance and Treasury Board

Legislation introduced today, Sept. 21, will modernize a program that helps people gain control of their gambling. The voluntary self-exclusion program allows people to ban themselves from Nova Scotia’s two casinos.

Amendments to Liquor Control Act Repeal Prohibition Era Plebiscite Requirement

Finance and Treasury Board

Amendments to the Liquor Control Act will mean less red tape for new wineries, craft breweries, distilleries and lounges, and the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC).

Public Accounts for 2017-18 Released

Finance and Treasury Board

Government released the public accounts for the 2017-18 fiscal year today, July 26.

Additional Cannabis Retail Locations Announced

Justice / Finance and Treasury Board

Three additional Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation (NSLC) stores will sell cannabis.

Government Appoints Utility and Review Board Members

Finance and Treasury Board

Government has appointed two full-time members to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.

Financial Measures (2018) Act Introduced

Finance and Treasury Board

Finance and Treasury Board Minister Karen Casey introduced the Financial Measures (2018) Act today, April 6.

Amendments to the Insurance Act Protect Nova Scotians

Finance and Treasury Board

Government announced today, March 29, amendments to the Insurance Act that will protect Nova Scotians and ensure they have access to support when they need it most.

Government Approves Writeoffs for 2017-18

Finance and Treasury Board

Government is writing off $9.3 million in unpaid or uncollected debts this year, the lowest amount the province has seen in eight years.

Budget 2018-19: Stronger Services and Supports in Central Nova Scotia

Finance and Treasury Board

Communities in central Nova Scotia will benefit from investments in health care, education, early years, communities and the economy as part of Budget 2018-19.

Budget 2018-19: Stronger Services and Supports in Southern Nova Scotia

Finance and Treasury Board

Communities in southern Nova Scotia will benefit from investments in health care, education, early years, communities and the economy as part of Budget 2018-19.

Budget 2018-19: Stronger Services and Supports in Annapolis Valley and Hants County

Finance and Treasury Board

Communities in the Annapolis Valley and Hants County will benefit from investments in health care, education, early years, communities and the economy as part of Budget 2018-19.

Budget 2018-19: Stronger Services and Supports in Northern Nova Scotia

Finance and Treasury Board

Communities in northern Nova Scotia will benefit from investments in health care, education, early years, communities and the economy as part of Budget 2018-19.

Budget 2018-19: Stronger Services and Supports in Cape Breton

Finance and Treasury Board

Communities in Cape Breton will benefit from investments in health care, education, early years, communities and the economy as part of Budget 2018-19.

Balanced Budget Strengthens Services and Supports for Nova Scotians

Finance and Treasury Board

Government tabled today, March 20, its third consecutive balanced budget making investments in health care, education, early years, communities and the economy.

Investissements pour la croissance de l'économie, l'amélioration des soutiens communautaires

Premier's Office / Finance and Treasury Board

Les Néo-Écossais de toute la province pourront tirer profit de projets qui auront des impacts durables au cours des dix prochaines années.

Province Invests to Grow the Economy, Enhance Community Supports

Finance and Treasury Board / Premier's Office

Nova Scotians in all areas of the province will benefit from projects that will have a lasting impact over the next ten years.

Budget Date March 20

Finance and Treasury Board

Finance and Treasury Board Minister Karen Casey will deliver the 2018-19 provincial budget, including the Capital Plan, on Tuesday, March 20.

Début des consultations prébudgétaires pour l'exercice 2018-2019

Finance and Treasury Board

Les Néo-Écossais peuvent soumettre leurs idées et leurs commentaires pour contribuer à la préparation du budget de 2018-2019 et aux budgets futurs.