News releases from Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019) (Page 2)

Illegal Tobacco Seized in Colchester County

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

More illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets of Nova Scotia following a short-term investigation by Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.

Changes to Ticket Lottery Regulations Benefit Non-profit, Charitable Organizations

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Government is making fundraising easier and more affordable for sport teams, legions, churches and other charitable and non-profit community organizations.

Strengthening Funeral Home Oversight

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Following an investigation into a funeral home incident in December, government will implement more stringent regulations and oversight.

Company Announced to Modernize the Registry of Joint Stock Companies

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Nova Scotia businesses can expect a new and improved Registry of Joint Stock Companies IT system by fall 2019.

Illegal Tobacco Seized in Cumberland County

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

More illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets of Nova Scotia following a one-month investigation by Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.

T.J. Tracey Cremation and Burial Specialists Funeral Home Licence Suspended

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

A funeral home in Nova Scotia has had its licence suspended due to unlicensed activity.

Nova Scotians Warned About Unlicensed Activity

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Service Nova Scotia is making Nova Scotians aware of unlicensed activity involving home alarm systems sold door-to-door.

Good Neighbour Energy Fund Launches Today

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

More Nova Scotians will be eligible for emergency home heating funding this winter through an enhanced Good Neighbour Energy Fund program launched today, Jan. 15.

This Year’s Most Popular Baby Names in Nova Scotia

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Nova Scotians favoured the same two baby names in 2017 as last year: Olivia and William. According to Nova Scotia's Registry of Vital Statistics, as of Dec. 28, Nova Scotia welcomed 53 babies named Olivia and 60 named William.

Illegal Tobacco Seized in Halifax Regional Municipality

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

A significant amount of illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets following a traffic stop by members of the Halifax District RCMP along with Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.

Illegal Tobacco Seized in Halifax Regional Municipality

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

A significant amount of illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets following a vehicle check by members of the Halifax District RCMP along with Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.

Lancement du Programme d'aide au chauffage

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Cinq mille foyers supplémentaires à l'échelle de la province pourront recevoir de l'aide pour payer les frais de chauffage cet hiver grâce au Programme d'aide au chauffage amélioré.

Heating Assistance Rebate Program Launches Today

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Five-thousand more households in the province will be able to receive help with home heating costs this season through an enhanced Heating Assistance Rebate Program (HARP).

Le gouvernement dévoile un nouveau permis de conduire et une nouvelle carte d'identité avec photo sécurisés

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal / Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Le permis de conduire et la carte d’identité avec photo seront bientôt mieux protégés contre le vol d'identité, la fraude et la contrefaçon.

New Secure Driver’s Licence and Photo ID Cards

Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal / Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

TRANSPORTATION/INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL/SERVICE NOVA SCOTIA-- New Secure Driver’s Licence and Photo ID Cards

Modifications aux lois sur la protection des consommateurs

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Le gouvernement a présenté, aujourd'hui 3 octobre, des modifications législatives à six lois qui permettront de mieux protéger les consommateurs de la Nouvelle-Écosse.

Changes to Consumer Protection Legislation

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Government introduced proposed legislative changes today, Oct. 3, to six consumer protection statutes that will better protect Nova Scotia consumers.

Government Updating the Solemnization of Marriage Act

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

Government is updating the Solemnization of Marriage Act to make it more inclusive, to align with federal legislation and to provide enhanced security to those who are marrying.

Illegal Tobacco Seizure

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

More illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets of Nova Scotia following a lengthy investigation by Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.

Illegal Tobacco Seized

Service Nova Scotia (to May 2019)

More illegal tobacco has been taken off the streets of Nova Scotia following an investigation by Service Nova Scotia's Compliance and Special Investigations Unit.