Social Services

As Nova Scotians, we all want to support those in need. That’s why Government is taking steps to help, like doubling the Poverty Reduction Credit, ending the claw back of child support payments from income assistance, introducing wage exemptions to allow income assistance clients to keep more of the money they earn, and slashing the wait list for public housing by 25 per cent. A province is only as strong as its people – find out more here:

We’re committed to helping our fellow Nova Scotians through programs that help keep money in their pockets, while giving them the resources they need to support their lives. ...

Home Services Nova Scotia is an innovative, province-wide program to advance training and employment opportunities for individuals with diverse abilities to deliver non-medical, home care services to Nova Scotians aged 65 and older. ...

"This is an excellent step toward protecting 2SGLBTIQ+ youth by ensuring that people in power and health professions do not engage in these harmful conversion practices," said Matthew Numer, an advocate and former chair of the Rainbow Action Project. "This legislation is the most progressive we have seen in Canada." ...

"We want to make sure people living in our long-term care homes are getting the best care possible," said Mr. Delorey. "Recent concerns have left us looking at what we can be doing differently and these experts will help guide us."...

Your Liberal government knows breaking the cycle of poverty requires ensuring the right programs and services are in place to address needs today, and for future generations. This requires the involvement of all levels of government, along community groups and organizations working in collaboration....

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