Dealing with regulations at the local provincial or federal level can be overwhelming for business. The following agencies can help negotiate through the red tape and address the regulations important to your business.
Canada/Nova Scotia Business Service Centre
The Canada/Nova Scotia Business Service Centre delivers a wide range of business information services for anyone starting, expanding or operating business.
1575 Brunswick St,
Access Nova Scotia
Access Nova Scotia is a provincial government initiative through Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations designed to improve your access to government information programs and services. Access Centres provide Information on provincial Permits Approvals and Licenses for business and limited services of the Registry of Joint Stock Companies. Many Access Centres have free computer access and a wide-range of business-related materials in a variety of formats - print video CD-Rom and computer disk. Using ANS Centres you can link directly to the Nova Scotia Public Tenders Noticeboard.
35 Commercial Street, Suite 101
Nova Scotia Government - On Line Business Services
Link to the Nova Scotia Government On Line Business Services including economic indicators, licenses permits and business registry.
Worker's Compensation Board
The mission of the WCB is to coordinate the workers' compensation system to assist injured workers and their employers by providing timely health care and rehabilitative support to facilitate the efforts of injured workers to return to work; and by providing appropriate compensation work-related disabilities.
P.O. Box 1150, Halifax, NS, B3J 2Y2
Small Business Workshops - Canada Business Service Centre Network
A variety of on-line workshops relevant to small businesses. Topics include getting started, marketing, business planning, financing, cashflows and e-business.
Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC)
Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC) is the federal government department that helps Canadians prepare for, find and keep work. HRDC also provides services to employers to assist with human resources planning and recruitment.
Human Resources Development Canada - Labour Market and Industry Information
Information includes labour market reviews, Nova Scotia statistics, industry summaries and community profiles.
Occupational Health and Safety Division - Nova Scotia Government
The Occupational Health & Safety Division (OH&S) concentrates its efforts on safe and healthy workplaces, and work practices, and safety standards protecting the general public.
Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association
The Nova Scotia Construction Safety Association is a not-for-profit association funded by, and responsible to, the construction industry. The NSCSA offers safety training and audits to promote a positive culture shift in the construction industry. The success of these programs is measured by a decrease in the number of workplace accidents and strong participation.
35 MacDonald Avenue,