Budget Update Shows Small Increase in Surplus, Increased Investment in Infrastructure
The province's September budget update projects a small increase in the surplus with $102.3 million in infrastructure investments in clean water, post-secondary education and innovative research.
Pooled Registered Pension Plans Available to Help Save for Future
Nova Scotians have a new retirement savings option.
Public Accounts for 2015-16 Released
Government released the public accounts for the 2015-16 fiscal year today, Aug. 9.
Government Makes UARB Appointments
Government has appointed two full-time members to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.
Doctors Agreements Ratified
Nova Scotia's doctors have ratified two four-year agreements with government.
Canada Pension Plan Agreement Reached
Nova Scotia has joined the federal government and other provinces in an agreement in principle to improve the Canada Pension Plan.
HEALTH/WELLNESS/FINANCE/TREASURY BOARD-–Province, Doctors Reach Agreement
The province and Doctors Nova Scotia announced today, May 20, they have reached an agreement in principle. Doctors Nova Scotia represents more than 3,500 physicians in Nova Scotia.
Fair Treatment for Non-Bargaining Unit Employees
Management and non-management employees who are not unionized will fall under the same four-year wage pattern, step increases and service award rules as bargaining unit employees, government announced today, May 11.
Investments Strengthen Province
The House of Assembly has approved investments in economic growth, education, opportunities for youth and other priorities outlined in Budget 2016-2017.
Financial Measures (2016) Act Introduced
Finance and Treasury Board Minister Randy Delorey introduced the Financial Measures (2016) Act today, May 3.