Partners and Sponsors
NSCTN is very grateful to all our partners and sponsors. Click their logo or supplied link to visit their sites.
The Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage contributes to the well-being and prosperity of Nova Scotia’s diverse and creative communities through the promotion, development, preservation, and celebration of our culture, heritage, identity, and languages, and by providing leadership, expertise, and innovation to our stakeholders. The Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage is working in partnership with NSCTN to make community transportation more affordable, accessible, convenient, and reliable.
Apply for funding to help assess the need for and develop a transit service in a rural or underserviced urban area: Nova Scotia Transit Research Incentive Program
PLANifax is a non-profit organization based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. We are dedicated to educating and engaging the public on important planning, development and policy issues in Atlantic Canada. Our goal is to make it easy for the public to be informed and involved in their communities. Since 2015, we’ve worked with community groups, municipal and provincial governments and clients from across the nation to tell their stories. Since our founding, we have engaged the public through a number of mediums with an emphasis on creating fun and engaging videos. We believe in a future where engagement is just one click away
Service Nova Scotia touches every citizen, business, and municipality in Nova Scotia. We conduct over five million client interactions each year through the various programs and services we deliver on behalf of government.
211 is a free, confidential information and referral service to more than 4,000 community and social services across Nova Scotia. It is available throughout the province – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year – by dialing “2-1-1” to speak to a helpful staff member or by searching the easy-to-use online database.
Community Links is a province-wide organization that supports the establishment of age-friendly, inclusive communities by linking with others to promote needed changes.
The Community Sector Council helps build organizational capacity within the Non-Profit & Voluntary Sector. It also acts as a non-partisan voice for the Community Sector, to help tell Nova Scotians about the contributions that the Community Sector makes to our province.
Malley Industries manufactures ambulances, wheelchair accessible vehicles, plastic products and specialized commercial fleets for a wide range of clients. Malley is also a sponsor of our monthly E-newsletter. Thank you!
Maritime Bus travels 10,000 km daily connecting passengers and parcels. The Bridgewater – Lunenburg – Mahone Bay – Chester service exemplifies their philosophy of where passion and belief exists, we must be connected.
The NSCC, Truro Campus has been a supporter of NSCTN since 2016 when they graciously hosted the AGM.
Advocacy and information for Nova Scotians with disabilities
The Bus Boys (Perry Rand Transportation Group) sell the safest school, commercial, vocational, special needs and transit bus vehicles manufactured. Their goal is to also give customers the very best after-sale service. The Bus Boys are also a sponsor of our monthly E-newsletter. Thank you!
Rural Transportation Association (RTA) is a group of partner service providers that offer door-to-door, accessible transportation for residents of rural Nova Scotia. On their site you will find links to service providers specific to your area.