News releases from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014) issued in the specified time period (Page 22)

Financement d'infrastructure pour Windsor, Falmouth et l'Anse-des-Belliveau

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Les résidents de l'Anse-des-Belliveau, Falmouth et Windsor auront bientôt des meilleurs réseaux d'aqueduc et d'égouts grâce à des investissements effectués dans le cadre du Fonds sur l'infrastructure municipale rurale Canada - Nouvelle-Écosse.

Windsor, Falmouth, Belliveaus Cove Receive Infrastructure Funding

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

The residents of Belliveaus Cove, Falmouth and Windsor will soon have improved water and wastewater systems thanks to investments from the Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.

Infrastructure Program Invests in Trenton Storm-water Project

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Households in Lowdens Brook area of Trenton, Pictou Co., will have reduced flooding thanks to funding through the Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.

Infrastructure Program Invests in Little Narrows Water System

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Households around Little Narrows will soon be connected to the municipal water system thanks to funding through the Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.

Séances d'information sur les impôts dans la région de Yarmouth

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Les entreprises de la région de Yarmouth recevront cette semaine de l'information sur les impôts de représentants de l'Agence du revenu du Canada et de Services Nouvelle-Écosse et Relations avec les municipalités.

Tax Sessions for Yarmouth

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Businesses in the Yarmouth area will receive information about taxes from the Canada Revenue Agency and Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations officials this week.

Nova Scotia to Change Birth Registration

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

The provincial government has changed the birth-registration process to ensure that it complies with the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

Séances d'information sur les impôts dans la région de Chéticamp

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Les entreprises de la région ouest du Cap-Breton recevront cette semaine de l'information sur les impôts de représentants de l'Agence du revenu du Canada et de Services Nouvelle-Écosse et Relations avec les municipalités.

Tax Sessions for Cheticamp Area

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Businesses in western Cape Breton will receive information about taxes from the Canada Revenue Agency and Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations officials this week.

Province Concerned About Governance of Westville

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

The province has directed the Town of Westville to develop a long-term plan, which will ensure that residents continue to receive essential municipal services.

Les propriétaires d'entreprises obtiennent de l'aide en ligne

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Le lancement et l'exploitation d'une entreprise dans la Municipalité régionale d'Halifax et à New Glasgow sont maintenant un peu plus faciles grâce à un nouvel outil en ligne conçu pour faciliter l'obtention des licences et permis gouvernementaux.

Business Owners Get Helping Hand Online

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Starting and operating a business in Halifax Regional Municipality and New Glasgow just got easier thanks to a new online tool designed to help sort through government permits and licences.

Eight Communities in Kings and Hants Counties Receive Infrastructure Funding

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Residents of eight communities in Kings County and Shubenacadie in Hants County will soon have improved water and wastewater systems thanks to investments from the Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.

No More Forms For Firewood Rebates

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014) / Conserve Nova Scotia

Residents getting firewood delivered to their homes will automatically receive the eight per cent Your Energy Rebate. The government has changed the program to include firewood for residential use as a point-of-sale rebate.

Eight Southwestern Communities Receive Infrastructure Funding

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Residents in areas of Kings, Annapolis, Yarmouth and Digby counties will soon have improved water, wastewater and solid-waste management systems thanks to investments from the Canada-Nova Scotia Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund.

Application No Longer Needed for CAP Program

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Effective immediately, eligible Nova Scotia property owners will no longer need to apply for the Capped Assessment Program (CAP).

Federal Public Transit Funds Improve Service

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Public transit in Nova Scotia has improved this year, thanks to an $11.7-million investment by the government of Canada through the Canada-Nova Scotia Agreement on the Transfer of Federal Public Transit Funds.

Province Moves to Weekly Gas Price Setting

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Nova Scotians will see weekly gas price adjustments and the removal of the price cap on full-service gas starting Friday, May 11. As well, government will be reviewing the amended regulation process after one year of implementation.

GPS to Enhance Municipal Planning and Public Safety

Emergency Management Office / Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

Municipalities across the province will soon be able to provide more accurate civic address information, which will enhance Nova Scotia's 9-1-1 emergency service.

Gas Regulation Review Released

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014)

A six-month review of gas price regulation indicates prices tend to be more stable under regulation. The report shows fewer price changes and more uniform prices across the province, which were government goals set when regulation was introduced.