The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board has approved Halifax Water’s application (M09494) for the Water & Wastewater Regional Development Charges. Dig into a summary of these charges and find FAQs about their calculation.
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“The Crown corporation that runs the ferry service between Newfoundland and Nova Scotia says it has the green light from Ottawa to begin construction on a new multi-million dollar administration building in Port aux Basques.”
April 6, 2021 / From the Department of Labour and Advanced Education — “The province is investing $10 million to support 25 communities through the Back to Work Community Partnership initiative so they can plan and deliver short-term programs aimed at helping people build skills and connect to the local workforce.”
“Over the last few months, staff have continued to engage and discuss with development industry stakeholders on the transition to metric measurements relative to the new Permitting, Planning and Licensing and Compliance online application.”
A growing number of construction companies across Canada are putting time and money into starting their own Indigenous relations departments to help improve how they work with Indigenous communities and possibly address a coming labour shortage.
The City of St. John’s is planning to expand its current wastewater treatment facility to include secondary processes. The facility currently serves residents in St. John’s, Mount Pearl and Paradise. The Windsor Lake Wafer Treatment Facility currently treats raw water collected from the Broad Cove River and Windsor Lake watersheds.
Construction and maintenance activity in Nova Scotia is expected to increase between 2021 and 2023, driven by strong and broad-based demand across the province’s residential and non-residential sectors. This is according to the latest labour market forecast data released today by BuildForce Canada.
The Chronicle Herald takes a look at Argyle’s new administrative building, which will be the first net-zero municipal building in Canada when it comes to energy costs.