COVID-19 Update – March 16

All ISANS offices are now officially closed. Staff are delivering services by phone and online. If you are an active client receiving individual or group service, staff will contact you about options. All online workshops, programs, and classes will continue as normal. If you have an urgent settlement issue, please contact your … Read more

COVID-19 Update – March 13

We understand that news around COVID-19 is causing concern for members of our community. While there are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia, we have implemented the following protocol to help prevent the spread of COVID-19: – ISANS clients, staff, or volunteers who travel internationally must quarantine … Read more

COVID-19 Update – March 11

ISANS understands that news around COVID-19 is causing concern for members of our community. While there are currently no confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Nova Scotia and the risk remains low at this time, ISANS has undertaken a number of steps to address this issue. These include: – Creating a … Read more

Celebrate African Heritage Month 2020

Each February, African Heritage Month honours the legacy of Black Canadians.  The theme of this year’s African Heritage Month is “Ties that Bind: Faith, Family and Community,” which acknowledges the essential traits that sustain the strength, resiliency, and togetherness of the African Nova Scotian community. Falling under the “Recognition” pillar … Read more

Empowering newcomers for recreation leadership

On Thursday, September 27, community members gathered at the Halifax Central Library for the launch of Picturing Recreation – a photo exhibit, the first phase of a two-phase initiative called Empowering Newcomers for Recreation Leadership. The initiative, a research and action-focused project, aims to empower newcomers to connect with their … Read more

Mi'kmaq History Month Poster. The poster includes photos of two adults and two children sitting together in a circle. Photos of animals and their names in Mi'kmaq along with the description go around the page.

Treaty Day & Mi’kmaq History Month

October is Mi’kmaq History Month in Nova Scotia, a time to promote public awareness about Mi’kmaq culture and heritage to all Nova Scotians. Following the United Nations decision to name 2019 the International Year of Indigenous Languages, the theme for this year’s Mi’kmaq History Month is L’nui’sultinej – “Let’s Speak … Read more

Join us and #StepwithRefugees

Big or small, we all have a role to play to help shape our world for the better. ISANS has partnered with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees on their 2 Billion Kilometres To Safety Campaign. The campaign challenges individuals across the globe to walk, run, or cycle two … Read more