Nova Scotia is going to be donating $100,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to help out residents impacted by the historic flooding of the St. John River.
In a news release, Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says on behalf of all Nova Scotians we want to support our neighbours in their time of need.
On behalf of all Nova Scotians, we want to support our neighbours in their time of need. #NovaScotia will be providing $100,000 to @redcrosscanada to support New Brunswickers affected by recent flooding of the #StJohnRiver.
— Stephen McNeil (@StephenMcNeil) May 17, 2018
As of Wednesday, the New Brunswick Floods Appeal had reached around $650,000 since it was launched on May 3.