News releases from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014) issued in the specified time period (Page 46)

Don't Let Heat Go Through the Roof

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?SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Don't Let Heat Go Through the Roof

Jacob, Emily Top Names in 2000

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It was a close call, but Jacob was the most popular boys' name in Nova Scotia last year, while Emily enjoyed a third straight year as the most popular name for girls.

Input Sought on Non-Resident Land Ownership

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS -Input Sought on Non-Resident Land Ownership

Lowering the Cost of Hot Water

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Each year, the average household pays $500 to heat its hot water. You can lower this cost, without resorting to cold showers.

Response to Wayne Gaudet's Statement on Fuel Assistance

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SERVICE NOVA SCOTIA/MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Response to Wayne Gaudet's Statement on Fuel Assistance

Croatians to Study Nova Scotia's Use of Internet

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Croatians to Study Nova Scotia's Use of Internet

Province Extends Fuel Assistance Deadline

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Service N.S./Municipal Relations--Province Extends Fuel Assistance Deadline

HEAT Program Prvoides Energy-saving Tips

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SERVICE N.S./Municipal Relations; NATURAL RESOURCES--HEAT Program Provides Energy-saving Tips

Real Estate Market Reflects Strong Economy

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Real Estate Market Reflects Strong Economy

Propane Users to Get Fuel

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Propane Users to Get Fuel Assistance

Province to Provide Fuel Assistance

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Province to Provide Fuel Assistance

Province Protecting Municipal, Taxpayer Interests

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Province Protecting Municipal, Taxpayer Interests

Road Rules for Safe Winter

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Road Rules for Safe Winter Driving

Consumers and Business to Benefit from New Credit Rules

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Consumers and Business to Benefit from New Credit Rules

Bible Hill Sewage System Improved

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Residents of Bible Hill are moving closer to a better sewer system thanks to a $10,000 investment by the Nova Scotia government.

Cumberland Water System Improved

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS -Municipal Water System Improved

Parrsboro Water line Extended

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS -Water Line Extended

Port Williams Water System to be Improved

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS -Water and Sewage to be Improved

New Minas Water and Hydrants to be Improved

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS -Water and Hydrants to be Improved

Province Invests in Better Water in Cape Breton

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SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Province Invests in Better Water