News releases from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014) issued in the specified time period (Page 18)

Deuxième appel de demandes au Fonds Chantiers Canada

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Les municipalités de la Nouvelle-Écosse peuvent maintenant présenter une demande pour une partie du financement de 32 millions de dollars versé à des projets liés à l'environnement, à l'économie ou à l'infrastructure communautaire dans le cadre du volet Collectivités du Fonds Chantiers Canada.

Building Canada Fund Second Call for Applications

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Nova Scotia municipalities are now able to apply for a share of $32 million in funding for environmental, economic or community infrastructure projects under the communities component of the Building Canada Fund.

Nova Scotia Sweeps into Calgary

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The Calgary Brier is being treated to a showcase of the sights, sounds, and tastes of Canada's seacoast province.

Five Kings County Projects Receive Building Canada Funding

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Five communities in the Kings County area will have better drinking water and wastewater treatment systems thanks to funding by three levels of government.

Amherst Land Registration Office Closed

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The Land Registration Office of the Town of Amherst will be closed for the remainder of today, March 3, due to a power outage.

Amherst Land Registration Office Closed

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The Land Registration Office of the town of Amherst is closed today, March 3, due to a power outage.

Middleton, Annapolis Royal and Kingston Receive Infrastructure Funding

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The communities of Annapolis Royal, Middleton and Kingston will receive more than $5 million in funding to help improve drinking water and wastewater treatment systems.

Changes to Motor Vehicle Inspection Program

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Less frequent motor vehicle inspections for passenger vehicles and light trucks is one of the changes to the inspection program announced today, Feb. 26, by Richard Hurlburt, Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations.

Argyle et Yarmouth reçoivent du financement pour une installation de traitement du sol contaminé

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Les Municipalités de Yarmouth et Argyle et la Ville de Yarmouth seront bientôt en mesure de traiter le sol contaminé afin de le réutiliser.

Argyle and Yarmouth Receive Funding for Contaminated Soil Treatment Facility

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The municipalities of Yarmouth and Argyle and the Town of Yarmouth will soon be able to treat contaminated soil for reuse.

Baddeck Land Registry Offices Closed Monday

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The Municipality of the County of Victoria is closing its municipal offices for the day on Monday, Feb. 23. As a result, the Land Registry Office in Baddeck will be closed.

Lunenburg and Bridgewater Receive Infrastructure Funding

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Residents of Bridgewater and Lunenburg will benefit from improvements to their water and wastewater systems thanks to funding under the communities component of the Building Canada Fund.

Province Plans to Provide 10 Municipalities With Extra Funding

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A new grant in lieu of taxes is in the works for 10 municipalities who house provincially owned courthouses.

Town of Yarmouth Receives Funding For Wastewater System Upgrade

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Residents of the town of Yarmouth and surrounding areas will soon have a more efficient wastewater treatment plant.

Le parc industriel de Tusket reçoit du financement pour le projet du réseau d'égouts

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Le parc industriel de Tusket, dans la Municipalité d'Argyle, sera en mesure d'attirer un plus grand nombre d'entreprises grâce à l'achèvement du projet de prolongement du réseau d'égouts.

Tusket Industrial Park Receives Funding for Wastewater Project

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The Tusket Industrial Park in the Municipality of Argyle will be able to attract more businesses with the completion of the wastewater extension project.

Province to Help Municipalities Affected by Nova Scotia Power Reassessment

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Government has announced a four-year plan to help municipalities affected by the recent reassessment of Nova Scotia Power's assets by the Property Valuation Services Corporation.

Government Proclaims New Halifax Charter

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Halifax Regional Municipality now has more flexibility to respond to its unique challenges and opportunities as the largest municipality in the province and capital of Nova Scotia.

Infrastructure Program Invests in Wastewater Improvements for Pictou County Communities

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Residents in New Glasgow, Stellarton, Trenton, Westville, and the Municipality of Pictou will benefit from improved wastewater treatment thanks to a shared investment by the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia under the Communities Component of the Building Canada Fund.

Condominium Act Discussion Paper Available

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A discussion paper on condo development and operation is available for public feedback.