The following statistics were released by the Province’s The Economics and Statistics Division on September 18, 2023.
The Atlantic Trade Accelerator Program (TAP) has opened applications for its next cohort, beginning in January 2024. TAP is an innovative initiative designed to accelerate the strategic development of your business and to better prepare you for expansion into international markets.
Nova Scotians are invited to provide written comments on proposed amendments to the Nova Scotia Building Code Regulations. The proposed changes to the regulations were released on August 14. The amendments are needed to adopt the national codes as the new minimum standards for construction in the province. The deadline for public comments is Friday, September 29.
Nova Scotia is developing its first accessibility standard with the goal of addressing barriers to accessibility in buildings and outdoor spaces.
This public review will ensure Nova Scotians have opportunities to share feedback on the proposed standard work. The Accessibility Act requires the involvement of persons with disabilities, the public and private sectors, and other community members in the development of accessibility standards.
We ask that our members plan accordingly for this temporary break in CANS Services.
CANS staff will return to the office on Tuesday, September 5, 2023, with our regular business hours of 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
As we approach hurricane season in Nova Scotia, we’re asking all members to prepare and be diligent to meet all safety precautions during an inclement weather event. Please refer to any special weather alerts or statements issued by Environment Canada for more information.
Effective 12:01am Aug 11, 2023, the Surcharge for self serve diesel fuel will be set at 40.0% for all TANS dispatched trucks paid by the tonne/kilometre, cubic metre/kilometre or per axle hourly rate. It is also in effect for all Contractors trucks, or TANS Trucks designated as contractor trucks, paid by the tonne/kilometre or cubic metre/kilometre.
This is a great opportunity for those who want to be involved in setting the organization’s strategic direction and overseeing its work on behalf of Canada’s apprenticeship community.
These awards recognize the importance and investment of industry employers, journeypersons, educators, instructors and mentors who believe in and understand the value of apprenticeship training.
Adams was recognized in 2017 as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network, and was voted by her peers as “CEO of the Year” by Wealth Professional in 2019.