Our affordable housing and repair programs are now available through Housing Nova Scotia, the new provincial government corporation dedicated to ensuring everyone can find housing that’s right for them. Visit Housing Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotians are invited to participate in public consultations beginning Nov. 13 that will help develop the province's first accessibility legislation.
"Accessibility legislation is an important step toward creating a barrier-free Nova Scotia," said Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard. "I encourage everyone to read the discussion paper and participate in the public consultations."
Foster parents join Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard for the announcement. (Left to Right) Kimberley Berry, of Timberlea; Marina Keeping, of Dartmouth; Community Services Minister Joanne Bernard; and Marrilee Wilson, of Halifax.
The Shanty is operated by Yarmouth Association Community Residential Options (YACRO). Listen to the complete CBC Radio story