Includes regional government, law and military information (e.g. Branches of Government, Law, Military, Taxes).
A participant in providing leadership, funding and programming in local governmental professional development and training. Lists membership, ethics, projects, newsletter, services and contact information.
Develops, preserves and promotes tourism, culture, heritage and nature to stimulate economic growth in the province. Lists news, business plan, services, operations, contact information and links.
Promotes fairness in the marketplace and champions consumer protection through education, regulation and complaint resolution. Lists services by topic.
The department regulates these industries and offers information on programs and services, organization, education, food, environment, aquaculture, marketing and industry.
Main site for health services related issues.
Policy, programs and services relative to the development, management, conservation and protection of energy, forest, mineral, parks and wildlife resources.
Promotes and implements the principles and ethics of conservation and sustainable use of wildlife populations, habitats and ecosystems.
A community of young public servants contributing to the renewal of the Nova Scotia public service by promoting a workplace that is diverse, rewarding, and collaborative.
Organization supports the families of active service military personnel. Offers mission statement, locations, programs and services, volunteering information and news.
Focuses on labour issues, employment rights and responsibilities, adult learning, apprenticeship training and trade qualification, skill development, public and workplace safety, industry regulation, licensing and pensions.
Information site maintained by the Minerals and Energy branch of the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources.
The Oultwood LG Index of local government web sites for the province using clickable maps and lists. Offers link check dates, information, feed back and help.
The agency of government which develops emergency response mechanisms and administers Nova Scotia's enhanced 9-1-1 system.
Deals with climate change, protecting the environment and advancing environmental goals.
Provides an overview of maps, aerial photographs and related geographic information products and services available on the Province.
Providing information and education programs to promote positive race relations and affirmative action to build a better Nova Scotia.
Information on more than 390 licences, permits, registrations, certifications, and related services. Explains who needs it, who issues it, how to apply, costs and expiry.
Administering the Revenue Act and Sales Tax Act concerned with tobacco, gasoline, diesel, propane taxes and audit and compliance.
Information on registering a vehicle, obtaining a drivers license and other related matters.
Recording the births, deaths, and marriages in Nova Scotia and issuing certificates and genealogy searches.
The office focuses on increasing the visibility of the Acadian community and promoting its heritage and culture. Offers mission, contacts and related links.
Official provincial government site pertaining to the Office of the Premier.
Computerized and mapped property ownership records for the entire province available to subscribers.
A municipally controlled not-for-profit corporation which determines the market value of properties in the Province of Nova Scotia annually; includes FAQ, advice and contacts.
Directs and administers the incorporation and/or registration of all companies doing business in Nova Scotia, and non-profit societies.
Includes news releases, government details, tourism information, business resources, and a directory of all government departments and agencies.
Official site of the Nova Scotia Legislative Assembly of Government. Consisting of the Lieutenant Governor and the House of Assembly.
Represents the provincial interests of local governments and acts as their spokesperson. Lists information about the organization, services, officers, members and contact details.
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