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Great Government Sites




Council on African Canadian Education (CACE)

CACE was established from the Black Learners Advisory Committee (BLAC). BLAC was the response to ongoing struggles of African Nova Scotians to eliminate racism and receive equity in education.

Department of Education - African Canadian Services Division

The Division was established in to implement the Department's response to the BLAC Report on Education, Redressing Inequity Empowering Black Learners.

Department of Labour and Advanced Education -
Office of Immigration

This government site offers extensive information and resources available for people who are interested in immigrating to Nova Scotia, and those who have begun the process or are already newcomers. 

Department of Labour and Advanced Education -
Student Assistance Office

Student assistance provides an opportunity for all qualified students in Nova Scotia to pursue post-secondary education. - Answers for Nova Scotians looking for help

An online learning tool to help children, youth and families have better, quicker access to the many programs and services government offers. 

Office of Aboriginal Affairs

This office is responsible for coordinating the province's approach to aboriginal issues.

Office of Acadian Affairs

This French language website provides information on Acadian history and culture in Nova Scotia.

Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs

This office assists, supports, and enhances the provincial government's delivery of services to African Nova Scotians.


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