African Nova Scotian Affairs

African Nova Scotian Affairs works with government, communities and partners to help provide services and programs for the African Nova Scotian community.

Office of L’nu Affairs

The Office of L’nu Affairs coordinates consultation between the Government of Nova Scotia and the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia.

Tajikeimik Mikmaw Health & Wellness

Representatives from all 13 Mi’kmaw First Nations work side by side to transform the health and wellness system to better serve Mi’kmaw communities.

Registry of Motor Vehicles

Driver education, licences, renewals, vehicle permits, licence plates and other information and services provided by Registry of Motor Vehicles.

Income Assistance

The Income Assistance (IA) program provides people with financial assistance. Depending on your situation, you may get money for your basic needs or help with other special needs. 

Residential Tenancies

Residential tenancy guides, policies, program changes and updates, forms and rights.

Efficiency NS

All the info you need to find the programs you may be eligible for. Find resources and get support to improve the energy efficiency of your home or business.

Housing NS

Stay up to date on programs, funds, benefits and general information on housing in Nova Scotia.


Nurses can provide advice on a broad range of everyday health concerns – in over 120 languages. If you are hearing impaired and would like to access this service, call 7-1-1 (TTY).

Department of Public Works

All the info you need for transportation, communications, construction, property, and accommodation of government departments and agencies in the province.

Covid-19 info

Stay updated on Covid-19 information.

Mental Health & Wellness

Provincial Mental Health and Addictions Crisis Line. South West: access this service during a mental health crisis, call 902-429-8167 or 1-888-429-8167 (toll free) available to help 24/7.

Continuing Care

Continuing Care Services are provided to eligible people who need care outside of the hospital in their home and community. Care can be provided on a long or short-term basis.

Department of Environment and Climate Change

Nova Scotia Environment is responsible for delivering effective and efficient regulatory management for the protection of our environment. 

Department of Natural Resources

The Department of Natural Resources and Renewables is responsible for the development, management, conservation and protection of the province’s forest, wildlife, mineral and energy resources.

Build NS

We are Build Nova Scotia. We oversee opportunities to transform our province’s lands and properties in ways that drive our economy forward and improve quality of life for all Nova Scotians.


Online 24/7 mental health support.


Online 24/7 mental health support.

Municipality of Digby

The official website for the Municipality of the District of Digby.

Disability Support Program

Provides individualized funding to participants living at home with their families or who live independently with support from their families or personal support networks.

Freeport Community Development Association

The FCDA was incorporated in March 2001 with a mandate to foster community, economic, and cultural development through projects that contribute to the overall community health, economic well-being, and cultural vibrancy of the Village of Freeport, and the larger context of Long Island, Brier Island, and Digby Neck.