US government domains end in .GOV. Canadian sites end in .ca but contain .gov, as in gov.ns.ca. Narrow Google searches to specific government domains with the site: prefix, as in tax site:gov.ns.ca.
Jobs in government. Government grants and small business loans. State or federal income tax regulations. Policy and legislation. Government reports, publications, and documents. Provincial, state and local government web sites. Embassies and consulates. Crown corporations, government agencies, boards, and commissions. MPs, MLAs, and members of Congress and the Senate. The military. Governments of all levels and political persuasions have migrated key services and resources onto the Internet over the last few years. Every level of government is accessible online. Many governments now publish their telephone directories online, thus eliminating the need to update print editions and saving taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars. It is becoming more and more possible not only to locate useful government information on the Net, but also to apply for jobs online and perform many routine transations electronically. Fortunately, government sites are not usually difficult to find. Here are a few places to start when you're looking for them:
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