News releases from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014) issued in the specified time period (Page 21)

Antigonish Access Nova Scotia Centre Re-opened

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An investigation into possible water damage and air-quality issues at the Antigonish Access Nova Scotia centre has cleared the centre to re-open for business today, March 10.

Antigonish Access Centre Temporarily Closed

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The Access Nova Scotia centre in Antigonish closed at 1:30 p.m. today, March 6, to investigate possible water damage and air-quality issues.

Consultants Hired to Conduct Homeowner Protection Review

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Consultants will lead a review of homeowner protection to address public and industry concerns about poor home construction.

Property Assessment Notices Sent in Western Region

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Assessment notices are in the mail today, Jan. 22, to property owners in the western region of the province. In the region, the total value of property assessments is almost $7.4 billion, an increase of about 9.9 per cent from 2007.

Property Assessment Notices Sent in Northern Region

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Assessment notices are in the mail today, Jan. 22, to property owners in the northern region of the province. In the region, the total value of property assessments is almost $9.2 billion, an increase of about 9.7 per cent from 2007.

Property Assessment Notices Sent in Eastern Region

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Assessment notices are in the mail today, Jan. 22, to property owners in the eastern region of the province. In the region, the total value of property assessments is almost $9.2 billion, an increase of about 6.9 per cent from 2007.

Property Assessment Notices Sent in Southern Region

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Assessment notices are in the mail today, Jan. 22, to property owners in the southern region of the province. In the region, the total value of property assessments is almost $8.9 billion, an increase of about 9.1 per cent from 2007.

Property Assessment Notices Sent in HRM

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Assessment notices are in the mail today, Jan. 22, to property owners in the Halifax Regional Municipality. In the region, the total value of property assessments is almost $34.4 billion, an increase of about 10.9 per cent from 2007.

Property Assessment Notices Sent

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Assessment notices are in the mail today, Jan. 22, to about 590,000 property owners in Nova Scotia. Provincially, the total value of property assessments is almost $69.1 billion, an increase of about 9.8 per cent from 2007.

Emergency Response Organizations Get Equipment, Facilities

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Ninety volunteer fire departments and other emergency response organizations across the province will soon have improved equipment and facilities thanks to funding through the Emergency Services Provider Fund.

$111 Million To Be Invested In Rural Nova Scotia

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Residents of small Nova Scotia communities can look forward to cleaner water and better waste management thanks to a $111-million investment by all three levels of government.

Registry of Motor Vehicles New Glasgow Office to Reopen on Monday, Dec. 10

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Investigation into oil fumes experienced today, Dec. 7, at the New Glasgow Registry of Motor Vehicle Office has determined that the office is safe for business. The office will reopen at 8:30 a.m., Monday, Dec. 10.

RMV Office Closed in New Glasgow

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There has been an oil leak in the New Glasgow Registrar of Motor Vehicle Office. The office will be closed until 1 p.m. to allow the fumes to dissipate and to determine the source of the leak.

Amendments Introduced to Oil Refineries, LNG Plants Municipal Taxation Act

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Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Minister Jamie Muir introduced amendments to the Oil Refineries and LNG Plants Municipal Taxation Act, today, Dec. 4.

Amendments to Government Legislation

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Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Minister Jamie Muir introduced amendments to several pieces of legislation, today, Nov. 29.

Un nouveau certificat de naissance pour la Nouvelle-Écosse

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La Nouvelle-Écosse sera la première province au Canada à utiliser un nouveau certificat de naissance hautement sécurisé et à caractère durable.

Nova Scotia Introduces New Birth Certificate

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Nova Scotia will be the first province in Canada to launch a new highly secure and durable bilingual birth certificate.

Nova Scotia Reviewing New Home Construction Concerns

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Public and industry concerns over new residential construction, including condos, will be investigated by the province. Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Minister Jamie Muir announced the investigation, which will involve public consultations, today, Nov. 22.

Guysborough Wins the 2007 Municipal InNOVAward

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The Municipality of the District of Guysborough has won this year's Municipal InNOVAward for its development and implementation of a creative solution to solid waste management.

Province Responds to Town of Westville

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Acting Minister of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Angus MacIsaac congratulated the Town of Westville today, Nov. 6, on taking the necessary steps to ensure its citizens continue to receive essential municipal services.