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Media Release

For Immediate Release June 3, 2024 Federal capital gains tax changes put housing for 3,000 Nova Scotia households at risk More than 3,000 Nova Scotia households could lose their homes thanks to the federal government’s proposed capital gains tax changes. That’s the...

Nova Scotia Political Poll

Narrative Research NS: The PCs maintain a strong lead in terms of voter support, despite declining levels of satisfaction with the provincial government’s performance. Satisfaction with the performance of the provincial government led by Tim Houston has declined,...

Nova Scotia NDP

Houston government must protect Nova Scotians from risk of homelessness The NSNDP continues to call on the Houston government to bring in real rent control, stronger renter protections and tenancy enforcement, and expand the rent supplement to ensure people remain...

Capital Gains Tax

Sent by email: sean.fraser@parl.gc.ca May 30, 2024 Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communitities House of Commons Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6 Re: Impact of capital gains tax changes on housing Nova Scotians Dear Minister Fraser, Thank you for...

IPOANS Capital Gains Survey

IPOANS Capital Gains Survey Sentiment Summary May 19. 2024 The overall sentiment of the survey responses is overwhelmingly negative. Respondents express significant concerns and dissatisfaction with the proposed changes to capital gains taxes. Key themes include:...

Economy

Nova Scotia GDP Per Capita Slipped All The Way Back To 2016 Canada’s favorite Maritime province has been a big winner when it comes to real estate. It’s economy? Not so much. Statistics Canada (Stat Can) data shows real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita made a...