People walk past a tree blocking the road, pulling wires down with it.
A tree blocking Berlin Street in Halifax after Fiona, on Monday, Sept. 26, 2022. — Photo: Zane Woodford

The online application forms to receive Fiona relief funding from the provincial government are now available, here.

The application for $100 for food spoilage for those households that were without power for 48 hours is not difficult — it is not tied to insurance, and there is no need to show proof or provide documentation just sign the affidavit (but if you lie, there could be consequences), here.

The up-to-$250 for tree removal is likewise not onerous, but you have to keep your receipts; apply here.

The $150 to people receiving income assistance will be processed automatically; there is no need to apply.

Seniors already receiving the Seniors Care Grant, can get an additional $250 (up to $500 per household), plus a one-time Home Heating Grant of $250. Apply here.

Residential property owners and tenants can apply for up to $200,000 in uninsured damages. You will need insurance information and other documentation. Apply here.

People can also find the same application forms at MLA offices.

Tim Bousquet is the editor and publisher of the Halifax Examiner. Twitter @Tim_Bousquet Mastodon

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  1. Great article, sums up all in one place – very convenient.

    I was shocked that I could read it all without first logging in.

    You are giving away your retirement Tim!