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Nova Scotia offers new COVID third-wave impact grants, small businesses say it’s not enough

COVID-19 lockdown but several small businesses say the supports don’t go far enough and are calling on the province to step up with more subsidies.

Nova Scotia shutdown likely to be extended given spike in COVID-19 cases Minister of Inclusive Economic Growth Labi Kousoulis announced the province was offering $12 million in taxpayer money to support businesses that were forced to shut down during the third wave of the pandemic, a move to curb the spread of the virus that is leading to hundreds of new cases being reported each day this week.“Getting COVID-19 under control is the best thing we can do for the health and safety of Nova Scotians and for our business community,” said Kousoulis.

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