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Settling in Nova Scotia

There are many groups throughout Nova Scotia providing support to newcomers. The following organizations provide settlement assistance:

Immigrant Settlement and Integration Services: www.isisns.ca

YMCA Centre for Immigrant Programs: www.ymcahrm.ns.ca

Centre for Diverse Visible Cultures: www.immigrants.ca

Outside Halifax Regional Municipality

Immigrant Settlement and Integration Services: www.isisns.ca

In Yarmouth, Shelburne, and Digby counties, contact the Immigration Information Navigator, South West Regional Development Authority:

Contact:
Andrew Pace
Immigration Information Navigator
South West Shore Development Authority
Western Counties Regional Library
405 Main Street
Yarmouth, N.S. B5A 1G3
(902) 742-2486 ext. 241
apace@swsda.com

In Lunenburg and Queens counties, contact:

Corey Pickens
Immigration Information Navigator
http://www.lqrda.ns.ca

In Strait Highlands, Antigonish, and Guysborough counties, contact:

Tanya Felix
Immigration Information Navigator
www.nsarda.ca.

Francophone Community

For French-language immigration assistance, contact the Fédération acadienne de la Nouvelle-Écosse at www.federationacadienne.ca.

It is a good idea to contact a local immigrant’s organization soon after you arrive in Nova Scotia. To find organizations in your area, visit Community Profiles.














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