Search Organizations (English): Nova Scotia

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Black Women’s Health Program – North End Community Health Centre
Canadian Association of University Research Administrators

CAURA is a national voice for research administrators in Canada . Distinct from other national organizations, CAURA's strength is in its diversity and comprehensive approach to research administration. CAURA provides a critical interface between all stakeholders in the management of the research enterprise.

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Feminists for Just ans Equitable Public Policy

Our site is currently offline while we make improvements to better serve our members. 2010

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Nova Scotia Centre on Aging

For more than 15 years, the NSCA has worked in collaboration with many others to advance knowledge on aging-related issues. Our work includes conducting research projects and evaluation studies; organizing lectures, workshops and conferences; developing and reviewing curricula; developing educational materials such as manuals, information kits and videos; and providing consultative services to community, organizations and government. We invite you to learn more about us by viewing our current and past projects and the resources we have produced. It is our goal that through research, education and community engagement the NSCA will inform policy and practice to enhance the quality of life of older adults and their families.

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Serena Nova Scotia
Serena is a Canadian Organization which is composed of trained members that use and teach the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM) of Natural Family Planning. (See Details)
Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority

The Guysborough Antigonish Strait Health Authority (GASHA) is one of nine district health authorities established by the Nova Scotia Department of Health on January 1st 2001, following the proclamation of Bill 34, the Health Authorities Act.


Replacing the Regional Health Board system, the District Health Authorities were created to bring health care decision-making closer to the community level and improve accountability for health care decisions.

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Novia Scotia Department of Community Services
Youth for Social Justice

Forms a network of youth, run by youth, who encourage each other to take leadership roles in their communities and schools, to increase understanding of social justice issues relevant to them such as sexism, ageism, racism, homophobia, multiculturalism, and environmental and community development issues.

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Amherst Daily News/ The Citizen
Cape Breton Post