Nova Scotia to provide $100,000 to New Brunswick Flood Relief

Nova Scotia will provide $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help New Brunswickers impacted by the recent flooding of the Saint John River. 

Premier Stephen McNeil says on behalf of all Nova Scotians, the government wants to support its neighbours in their time of need. 

The Canadian Red Cross has worked with civil and provincial authorities to respond to the needs of those impacted by the flooding. 

These activities include registering evacuees, arranging emergency lodging and food where required, and providing financial assistance in some cases.