News releases from Service Nova Scotia issued in the specified time period (Page 5)

Seniors Should be Cautious with Personal Alert System Vendors

Health and Wellness / Service Nova Scotia

Government is asking seniors to exercise caution if approached at home by private companies selling personal alert systems.

Antique Licence Plates to Include Tractors

Service Nova Scotia

Government is expanding the antique licence plate program to include farm tractors that are 30 years old and over.

Deadline to Remove Studded Tires Extended

Service Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia drivers have until May 31 this year to remove studded tires from vehicles.

Yarmouth Access Nova Scotia Office Reduces Hours for Renovations

Service Nova Scotia

The Yarmouth Access Nova Scotia office will be closed for renovations from 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 25, until noon, Monday, April 28.

Province to Strengthen Consumer Protection in Funeral Services Industry

Service Nova Scotia

Amendments introduced today, April 17, will provide more choice for consumers, while improving protection for those buying funeral services in Nova Scotia.

Amendments Provide More Protection for Consumers

Service Nova Scotia

Legislative changes introduced today, April 8, provide more protection for seniors and other consumers from misleading or aggressive door-to-door sales.

Offices Closed in Amherst, Stellarton, Pictou

Service Nova Scotia

Access Nova Scotia in Amherst and Stellarton, the Land Registration office in Pictou, and the Nova Scotia Geomatics Centre in Amherst are closed for the rest of today, April 1, because of the weather.

Service Nova Scotia Offices Closed Cape Breton Island, Antigonish and Guysborough Counties

Service Nova Scotia

Access Nova Scotia, Registry of Motor Vehicles, Land Registration and Alcohol and Gaming offices on Cape Breton Island, and in Antigonish and Guysborough counties are closed today, Tuesday, April 1, because of the weather.