New Glasgow, Lake Loon and Antigonish
ANSA is a vital link that connects government and the African Nova Scotian community to assist, support and enhance the delivery of services, and be a partner in developing innovative solutions.
New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
Eleven kilometers east of Dartmouth are the communities of Cherry Brook/Lake Loon, North Preston, and East Preston, which were once included within the British Township of Preston.
Lake Loon, Nova Scotia B2W
You are invited to participate in a research project focused on gathering community insights and ideas about ways in we can improve the educational experiences for African Nova Scotian students.
The People's Place Community Room
283 Main Street
Antigonish, Nova Scotia B2G 2C3
First settlers to this region were Black Loyalists. In 1787, Thomas Brownspriggs and 74 other Black Loyalist families were granted 3,000 acres of land in what is known today as East Tracadie, Antigonish County.
Antigonish, Nova Scotia B2G
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