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Hourly ambient ground-level ozone (O3) data in parts per billion from provincial ambient air quality monitoring stations across Nova Scotia up to the end of 2014.
Nova Scotia provincial ambient air quality monitoring stations, including locations and other attributes.
Roundabouts owned by the Province of Nova Scotia
DCS Office locations including Civic Address, City, Postal Code, Name of Office, Phone #, Fax #, Hours, Website
A geographic boundary of Public Work's districts, which are used in allocating operational resources. Each district is managed by a District Director. Each district is divided into 3-4 management areas, and each management area is divided into 2-7 operational zones.
A geographic representation of Public Work’s Operational Zones. Operational Zones are a subdivision of Management Area geography (which are a subdivision of District geography). Zones are designed such that each road is assigned to a nearby facility ('base') for service. Facilities usually central within their zone to maximize efficiency.
Oceanographic data from sensor strings deployed in Inverness County as part of the Centre for Marine Applied Research's (CMAR) Coastal Monitoring Program.
The Sexual Violence Prevention Youth Outreach Program is a community-based program that works to improve the immediate and long-term social, economic, educational and health outcomes for youth between the ages of 12 and 19 who are at risk of being subjected to or perpetrating sexual violence by assisting them to access services and supports and by providing mentorship.
Strengthening Fathers Programs provide holistic intervention and prevention services and supports for men who are or have been abusive in their intimate relationships. These services and supports are provided within the larger continuum of services for families affected by intimate partner violence. Intimate partner violence may include physical, sexual, verbal, emotional, psychological, social, and financial violence and abuse
[ARCHIVED] Amendments to the Mortgage Act came into effect Nov 1, 2021 which created new mortgage license types and a new public register of licensed mortgage brokerages, mortgage lenders and mortgage administrators. Please refer to the new public register for current data: https://beta.novascotia.ca/licensed-mortgage-brokers-and-associate-mortgage-brokers. A mortgage broker is person who functions for a fee as an intermediary between a borrower and lender in securing a mortgage from a lender