Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board
3rd Floor, Summit Place
1601 Lower Water Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3P6

Telephone: (902) 424-4448
Toll Free: 1-855-442-4448
Fax: (902) 424-3919

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Mailing Address

Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board
Box 1692, Unit "M"
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3S3

Specific Inquiries


  • Expropriation
  • Municipal & School Board Boundaries
  • Planning
  • Gasoline & Diesel Pricing
  • Payday Loans
  • Natural Gas
  • Underground Hydrocarbon Storage
  • Criminal Injury Compensation
  • Apprenticeship and Trades Appeals

Bruce Kiley
Chief Clerk of the Board
(902) 424-4448 Ext: 9287


  • Electricity
  • Halifax-Dartmouth Bridge Commission
  • Wastewater in Halifax Regional Municipality
  • Railways
  • Water

Crystal Henwood
Regulatory Affairs Officer/Clerk
(902) 424-4448 Ext: 9315


  • Auto Insurance
  • Motor Carrier (Public Passenger) License Applications
  • Assessment
  • Fire Safety
  • Film Classification
  • Liquor Licensing

Lisa Wallace
Appeals Officer/Clerk
(902) 424-4448 Ext. 9291


  • Motor Carrier (Public Passenger) license certificates, plates and filing of proof of insurance

Luca Kelly
(902) 424-4448 Ext: 9317


  • Motor Carrier (Public Passenger) enforcement and vehicle inspection

Department of Public Works
(902) 860-5591




Access to Information

While the majority of records held by the Board are a matter of public record, some information is protected by the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. That act provides an opportunity to seek records from public bodies subject to submitting applicable requests and fees. In an effort to reduce the administrative burden involved in getting certain types of routine records the government requires departments, agencies, boards and commissions to have a simplified application process. This process is set out in the Board's Routine Access Policy.