Are you or someone you know a victim of domestic violence? The following resources provide information on what to do if you are a victim of domestic violence. HRP Victim Services Brochure – English HRP Victim Services Brochure – Mandarin HRP Victim Services Brochure – Arabic HRP Victim Services Brochure … Read more
A new website, created to provide internationally educated teachers with comprehensive information and orientation to the education system in Nova Scotia, launched Thursday, February 28, 2019. Teach-in-NovaScotia.ca offers contextual awareness for internationally educated teachers, for preparation for certification, to increase success on the job, and/or to assist with alternative career … Read more
The People Imperative consists of two reports released to mark the first of PPF’s three-year project to support the Atlantic Growth Strategy. Volume 1 is the research story, summarizing literature and research from academics, local organizations, think tanks and governments and focuses on what attracts immigrants to Atlantic Canada…
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Nova Scotia Community Interpreting Resource Handbook. This resource was developed by Merek Jagielski, ISANS Coordinator of Translation & Interpretation Services, with support from many partners and stakeholders in the community interpreting field in Nova Scotia, including: Nova Scotia Coalition on … Read more
It’s been An Extraordinary Year and our Annual Report 2015-16 tells the story in full colour. The Syrian Refugee Initiative, the amazing Private Refugee Sponsorship surge, the launch of SOPA (Settlement Online Pre-Arrival) and the commitment of staff to our programs and services are all featured in this year’s report. … Read more
As part of the Refugees Welcome Here: Lunch, Launch & Workshop taking place today at the Halifax Central Library in partnership with Amnesty International Canada and Canadian Council for Refugees, we are pleased to announce our Welcome Refugees video series. This series of 5 videos features former refugees talking about: … Read more
We are pleased to present the Newcomer Community Wellness Project’s Guide to Mental Health & Wellness.
This is a place for you to find suggestions about how you can support yourself and your family to maintain your mental health and well-being during the process of settling in Canada.
This guide does not offer or replace professional advice.