News releases from Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations (to March 31, 2014) issued in the specified time period (Page 14)

Fire Departments and Emergency Responders Receive Funding For Improved Equipment

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

SERVICE N.S./MUNICIPAL RELATIONS--Fire Departments and Emergency Responders Receive Funding For Improved Equipment -----------------------------------------------------------------More than 60 volunteer fire departments and other emergency response organizations will benefit from improved equipment through the Emergency Services Provider Fund.

Access Nova Scotia in Truro Re-Opens

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The Access Nova Scotia Centre at 80 Walker St., Truro, has re-opened. It had closed earlier because of a power outage.

Truro Access Nova Scotia Centre Closed

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The Access Nova Scotia Centre at 80 Walker St., Truro, is closed this morning because of a power outage. It is estimated the power will be back on by 1 p.m.

Nova Scotia, South Korea to Sign Driver's Licence Agreement

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South Koreans who live and work in Nova Scotia will soon be able to drive in the province without taking a written or road test.

Government to Help CBRM Deal With Abandoned Buildings

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The province is helping Cape Breton Regional Municipality deal with abandoned buildings that have become targets for arsonists.

Minister Introduces Amendments to Lobbyists' Registration Act

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More organizations and companies across Nova Scotia will be required to register as lobbyists because of new amendments introduced today, Nov. 30, to the Lobbyists' Registration Act.

Proposed Changes to Protect Tenants and Landlords

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The province is taking steps to better protect the rights of Nova Scotia tenants and landlords.

New Legislation Helps Families Live Greener

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Amendments to two acts and a new bill that will help families save money and reduce their carbon footprint were introduced today, Nov. 25.

Team Announced to Address Suburban Concerns in HRM

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A government team will take action on the issues facing suburban families in the Halifax Regional Municipality.

Amendments Introduced to Motor Vehicle Act

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The province is streamlining its notification process on demerit points.

Amendments Introduced to Solemnization of Marriage Act

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The province is making it easier to appoint Nova Scotians responsible for issuing marriage licences.

New Rules Offer Better Protection to Used Vehicle Buyers

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Consumers will soon enjoy improved protection when shopping for a used vehicle.

Amendments to Consumer Reporting Act

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The province is improving its debt-collection process.

Access Nova Scotia in Amherst Reopens

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The Access Nova Scotia Centre at 126 South Albion St., Amherst has reopened for business.

Access Nova Scotia in Amherst Closed

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The Access Nova Scotia Centre at 126 South Albion St., Amherst, is closed with the heating and ventilation system problems.

Thirteen Community Transit Groups Receive Provincial Funding

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Thirteen communities will receive provincial funding to help improve public transit services in their areas.

Review of Provincial/Municipal Funding Programs

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The province is reviewing funding programs and services it delivers to municipalities to help ensure they are meeting the needs of communities, while supporting the government's efforts to live within its means.

18 Legions Receive Provincial Funding

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Nova Scotia veterans and communities will have access to better facilities through the Legion Capital Assistance Program.

Municipal Finance Corporation Announces New CEO, Board Members

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Families across Nova Scotia will benefit from continued financial support for community infrastructure projects by the Municipal Finance Corporation.

Applications for Home Heating Help Available

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Low and modest-income Nova Scotians will benefit from the province's home heating rebate program which is being offered again this year to help make life more affordable.