Listings in Government, Schools, Education & Training and Statues, Monuments & Cemeteries
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
The Greenville Church Cemetery was established in 1853 when the church it surrounds was built, though there are no remaining grave markers to visibly identify it as a burial ground.
726 Greenville Road
Authorizes financial assistance to residents of the area in which the Fund operates for the purpose of providing better residential housing; which may include rehabilitation and improvement of existing housing, and/or the construction of new housing.
43 Churchill Terrace
If you self-identify as being Black/from the African Canadian community (of African descent), you also have an option of starting the Adult Learning Program (ALP) program in the African Canadian Transition concentration offered at Akerley Campus in t
21 Woodlawn Road
NSCC Arkeley Campus
The Black Educators Association (BEA) was founded in 1969 to assist African Nova Scotian communities develop strategies toward an equitable education system.
2136 Gottingen Street
Hope Blooms was founded in 2008 by Jessie Jollymore, Community Dietician in the inner city of the North End of Halifax.
5527 Cornwallis St.
African Nova Scotian Affairs is a vital link that connects government and the African Nova Scotian community.
1741 Brunswick St
Additonal Toursim Resources
African Nova Scotian Directory - Google Local Guide
African Nova Scotian Tourism Guide
Africville Story Map
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