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  • After hearing from Nova Scotians during province-wide twinning consultations, government is investing an additional $390 million in capital funding over seven years to improve highways without the use of tolls. The additional $390 million will allow the province to add three sections of twinned 100-series highways to the existing highway plan. Government will also build the Burnside Connector. All four projects will be complete within seven years....

  • The provincial and federal governments are investing $1.3 million to fund a new one-year Down Payment Assistance Program. The Down Payment Assistance Program is designed to help modest-income Nova Scotians who are pre-approved for an insured mortgage from an accredited lender, but struggle to save for the required down payment because of their income....

  • The province is investing $974,000 to reduce wait-lists for psychological educational assessments. Education and Early Childhood Development Minister Karen Casey, announced today, April 6, a plan with Mount Saint Vincent University to work with registered psychologists to address the needs of the more than 300 students on referral lists....

  • Funding for film and television projects is being adjusted to meet anticipated demand in 2017-18. An additional $6.9 million will be added to the Nova Scotia Film and Television Production Incentive Fund....

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