Read more statistics released on “Business Opening and Closing, May 2021” including a look at the impact of COVID-19.
Read more employment, earnings and hours highlights for Nova Scotia, reported in June 2021.
Looking over the next 12 months, 8% of Nova Scotia business respondents felt very or somewhat optimistic about business conditions. Read more from this survey including business expectations for the next three months and reported obstacles that employers are facing at this time.
Find highlights from the latest statistics released on Business Counts in Nova Scotia (June 2021). Note: Statistics Canada noted that business counts as of June 2021 may not yet fully reflect impacts of the pandemic. Resumption or permanent closure of businesses may not yet be fully processed and confirmed.
The Construction Association of Nova Scotia (CANS) and Duron Atlantic Limited would like to congratulate all the graduates of the joint Duron Atlantic Limited and Construction Association of Nova Scotia Leadership Excellence for Managers and Supervisors Program.
Investment in Nova Scotia building construction decreased 4.6% in June 2021 (seasonally adjusted) compared to May 2021. Outside of Halifax monthly building construction decreased 7.8% while Halifax building construction increased 1.4% in June 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic kept construction crews off sites last spring, stalled projects throughout the year and prompted lingering job losses, but it did not derail recent gains for women in the industry.
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) invites Canadian Black-owned or -led businesses to complete an online questionnaire to provide information about their businesses and their experiences with federal procurement.
In Fall 2020, Dartmouth North Public Library began renovations to update and redesign the interior library space. There are no planned Rec Centre service interruptions during this renovation.
Labour force survey results reflect the period from July 11 to 17. For comparison, Nova Scotia reopening plan moved to Phase 3 on June 30 and Phase 4 on July 14 (middle of reference week) with less stringent public health measures compared to June.