Provincewide state of emergency

A provincewide state of emergency was declared on July 22, in response to the severe flooding that happened across the province on July 21 and will remain in effect until August 5 or until government terminates or extends it.

Ted Rogers Community Grants

Ted Rogers Community Grants are available to registered charities and non-profits to support youth through programs in education, health and sport, entrepreneurship, and digital literacy.

Community Economic Development Fund

Non-profits, industry associations, social enterprises, municipalities, academic institutions, and other organizations that benefit the public can apply for funding.

2023 Seniors Property Tax Rebate

Applications for the Property Tax Rebate for Seniors, which helps low-income seniors with their municipal residential property taxes are now open.

Emergency Relief Grant for Individuals

Nova Scotians who lost income because of the recent wildfires in Halifax Regional Municipality and Shelburne County may be eligible for short-term financial support.

Small Business Wildfire Relief Program

Small business owners who needed to evacuate or close for at least 5 days because of the fires in HRM and Shelburne County can apply for a one-time grant.

Regional transportation planning

Residents living in Halifax and surrounding communities are encouraged to participate in the Regional Transportation Plan.

Blue-green algae awareness

As summer gets closer, we need to become more aware of blue-green algae when enjoying the province’s outdoors.

Emergency Preparedness Week

This year, Emergency Preparedness Week is May 7th to 13th. Get prepared for any kind of emergency with these helpful tips.