The Government of Nova Scotia has announced a $9.8M investment in grants for postsecondary students who receive Nova Scotia Student Assistance. Eligible students will receive $875, which will be deposited directly into their bank accounts without any application process. “We know the pandemic has been very difficult in many ways for post-secondary students,” said NS Advanced Education Minister Brian Wong. “I am committed to reducing barriers and finding solutions to help post-secondary students be successful. This investment provides immediate relief for thousands of Nova Scotia students with the highest need while we continue to work with our partners to assist students.” NS| iHeart Radio| Globe and Mail Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.