These Regulations under Nova Scotia's Environment Act set out the structure, administration, and operation of Environmental Assessment Review Boards under the Act.
These Regulations identify the requirements for membership in and duties of On-site Services Advisory Boards under Nova Scotia's Environment Act in relation to the construction or installation of wells or on-site sewage disposal systems.
These Regulations govern the installation and use of on-site sewage disposal systems in Nova Scotia.
This was a motion made as a result of the appeal of the decision in R v Paul, 2013 NSPC 75 put forward in Paul v. R.,2016 NSSC 99, and it was heard in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. The appellants, Aaron Paul and Charles Francis, had been ...
This Act governs the development and operation of provincial parks in Nova Scotia. Among other things, it aims to provide opportunities for recreational activities and preserve significant elements of the natural environment in the province.
These Regulations exist under section 270 of Nova Scotia's Municipal Government Act. Subdivision approval is given pursuant to the municipal subdivision by-law and not these Provincial Subdivision Regulations. However, the Regulations lay out the requirem ...
A study which investigates criteria for development of marine agriculture sites and identifies appropriate sites for future development of key aquaculture species to effectively guide Nova Scotia’s aquaculture industry.
Details requirements for administration and membership of the Nova Scotia Round Table on Environment and Economy, which represents various sectors of the Province, including business, environmental, and aboriginal communities.
These Regulations under Nova Scotia's Environment Act govern the management of solid waste in Nova Scotia.
This Act provides for the preservation, regulation, and study of archaeological, historical, paleontological, and ecological sites in Nova Scotia.
This Act provides for the preservation, protection, regulation, exploration, excavation, acquisition, and study of archaeological and historical remains, palaentological sites, and ecological sites in Nova Scotia. The Minister can designate any land in th ...
Statements of Provincial Interest are adopted by the Government of Nova Scotia as Regulations under the Municipal Government Act. They exist to provide guidance on the development of Nova Scotia’s land and water resources.
This Act empowers Nova Scotia's Utility and Review Board.
These Regulations exist under Section 34 of Nova Scotia's Utility and Review Board Act, and they set out the operational procedures of the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.
This Nova Scotia legislation aims to protect provincial water resources so as to ensure their “long-term self-sufficiency and utilization to the greatest benefit of the population”. It recognizes the need to preserve water supplies for future domestic nee ...
This Act provides for the establishment, management, protection, and use of designated wilderness areas in Nova Scotia. In doing so, it promotes the maintenance of biodiversity and other natural features.
This Act seeks to maintain diversity of species, protect habitat for wildlife, continue opportunities for regulated hunting and fishing, and provide for renewal of wildlife resources while fostering their optimum recreational and economic uses.