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Sydney and Amherst

Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs (Cape Breton)

in Government

African Nova Scotian Affairs is a vital link that connects government and the African Nova Scotian community.

15 Dorchester Street
Suite 501
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1P 5Y9
Canada

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The Cumberland African Nova Scotian Association

in Groups & Organizations, Government, Employment

The vision of CANSA is that all citizens, including persons with disabilities, African Nova Scotians and youth at risk be respected and grow socially, economically and culturally in Cumberland County.

24 Crescent Avenue
Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H 1V1
Canada

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(902) 661-1509
Fax: (902) 661-4062

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Beaton Institute

in Museums

1250 Grand Lake Rd, Sydney, NS
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1P 6L2
Canada

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Cumberland County Museum and Archives

in Museums

150 Church Street
Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H 3C4
Canada

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Sand Hill (Amherst)

in Communities

Today Amherst sits about 2 miles east of the original town.

Amherst, Nova Scotia B4H
Canada

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Sydney

in Communities

In the early 1900s many immigrants came to Cape Breton as laborers to work for the Dominion Iron and Steel Company.

Sydney
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1S
Canada

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Whitney Pier Historical Society Museum

in Museums

88 Mt. Pleasant Street
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1N 2G1
Canada

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Health Association of African Canadians (HAAC)(Sydney Address)

in Health, Fitness & Wellness, Groups & Organizations

The Health Association of African Canadians (HAAC) was formed in 2000 to address African Canadian health issues and the system inequities affecting health.

778 Victoria Road
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1N 1J6
Canada

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Whitney Pier

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In the early 1900s many immigrants came to Cape Breton as laborers to work for the Dominion Iron and Steel Company.

Whitney Pier
Sydney, Nova Scotia B1N
Canada

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Additonal Toursim Resources
African Nova Scotian Directory - Google Local Guide
African Nova Scotian Tourism Guide
Destination Liberty: Your guide to Black Historic Travel Destinations in Nova Scotia
Historical Black Settlements in Nova Scotia (Google Map)
Jamaican Maroons in Halifax: A Black Canadian History Guide
Nova Scotia Toursim: Discover African Nova Scotia

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