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African NS Affairs
African NS Affairs is a provincial government agency that works with government and community to help meet the unique needs of African Nova Scotians.
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NS CCH May 18
There is only 2 weeks left to nominate your community for a Lieutenant Governor's Community Spirit Award. If you love your community, tell us why! Applying is easy, all the info you need is here
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NS Education May 18
The Pre-Primary Program has been expanded into more communities across Nova Scotia. For a full list of sites please visit . Contact your Regional Centre for Education to register.
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UNESCO May 17
On International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia & Biphobia, learn about the role of education in fighting prejudices and discrimination 👉 🏳️‍🌈
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Quentrel Provo May 16
June 10th is STOP THE VIOLENCE DAY in Nova Scotia.The first day of its kind in Canada..Whereas Nova Scotians are asked to WEAR RED to mark this day of awareness & PERFORM AN ACT OF KINDNESS towards a fellow citizen. Let's stand together against ALL violence.
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African NS Affairs May 16
It is not too late to apply for Pathways to Shipbuilding. African Nova Scotians interested must submit their application by June 1, 2018. For more information please visit
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NS Education May 16
ATTENTION STUDENTS GRADES 10-12: Would you like to win $250, $500, or $1000? The Council to Improve Classroom Conditions is holding a video contest. Create a video describing why school attendance matters and submit for a chance to win.
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NSProvincialLibrary May 16
New Glasgow council gets sneak peek at new $10 bill | The News
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NS CCH May 15
Nova Scotia's culture and history contributes to the vibrant communities that make life better for all families in every part of the province. Through our distinct perspectives and traditions, we enrich the quality of life for all Nova Scotians. Celebrate Families.
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NS CCH May 15
May 15th is the UNs' International Day of Families. This day provides an opportunity to promote awareness of issues relating to families and to increase knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes affecting them.
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African NS Affairs May 15
International Decade for People of African Descent Proclamation signed by Premier Stephen McNeil and Minister Tony Ince.
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African NS Affairs May 9
Watch the proclamation ceremony for the United Nations' "International Decade for People of African Descent":
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African NS Affairs May 8
News Release - Nova Scotia Proclaims the International Decade for People of African Descent
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African NS Affairs May 8
The International Decade for People of African Descent (DPAD) proclamation ceremony took place today, May 8, at Province House.
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African NS Affairs May 8
NS is the first province in Canada to proclaim the International Decade for People of African Descent. We are currently developing an action plan (to be launched later this year) for the Decade to further advance our work to address systemic racism and discrimination.
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African NS Affairs May 8
The UN declared 2015-2024 as the DPAD to strengthen global cooperation in support of people of African descent so they can enjoy social, cultural, political and civil rights for full inclusion in all aspects of society. The theme is recognition, justice and development.
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African NS Affairs May 8
Premier McNeil proclaimed the International Decade for People of African Descent in NS, providing an opportunity to highlight and celebrate the important contributions of African Nova Scotians and further advance our work to address systemic racism and discrimination.
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African NS Affairs May 8
Today, May 8, Premier Stephen McNeil will proclaim years 2015–2024 as the United Nations’ International Decade for People of African Descent in Nova Scotia. The ceremony will be livestreamed on Legislative Television at 11:00am:
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African NS Affairs Apr 20
Speaking at the Pathways to Shipbuilding Announcement, African Nova Scotian Affairs Minister Tony Ince encourages all Nova Scotian businesses to explore similar initiatives to help build a stronger, more inclusive economy.
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African NS Affairs Apr 20
Government of Nova Scotia is committed to African Nova Scotians seeing themselves in the institutions that provide important products and services to our province.
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Labour & Advanced Ed Apr 19
Pathways to Shipbuilding for African Nova Scotians is helping apprentices like Antonia Wareham gain the skills and training they need for projects like the contract.
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