Premier Wade MacLauchlan says tax will be 'fiscally neutral' for province. Gas used on P.E.I. farms or in the Island's fishing industry won't be charged a carbon tax, says Premier Wade MacLauchlan.
New roofs, repairs and expansion work to boost tourism, community. The Lennox Island Development Corporation is receiving nearly $40,000 from the federal and provincial governments for tourism, community and cultural infrastructure upgrades.
ACOA and province supply non-profit with $300,000. The local farmers’ market, to be established next to the Clarenville Inn, received funding from the federal and provincial governments — a combined $300,000.
Queen Bee Games is getting $230,000 from the Canada Media Fund. The husband-wife team behind Charlottetown's Queen Bee Games is working on a new project, thanks to some financial help from the Canada Media Fund.
A new $705,000 provincial government fund will create 170 innovation-focused internships for Nova Scotia students and companies during the next three years. Labour and Advanced Education Minister Kelly Regan announced the funding, and the program...