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African Nova Scotian excellence

Tyree Haley, NSCC African Nova Scotian Recruitment Coordinator, walks outdoors in front of IT Campus and smiles.
Ask a Black Entrepreneur event On February 9, join Tyree Haley, NSCC African Nova Scotian Recruitment Coordinator, and four successful, local Black entrepreneurs for an online panel discussion.
Keandre Johnson, an NSCC graduate, stands in front of a brick building covered in graffiti and leans forward on a railing while smiling.
NSCC grad builds career in NS Keandre Johnson is taking the skills and knowledge gained at NSCC and making a name for himself in Nova Scotia’s film and television industry.
Deanna Mohamed, Student Services Advisor and African Canadian Supports at Pictou Campus, smiles at the camera in an outdoor setting.
African Canadian supports NSCC offers culturally-specific supports to Black & African Nova Scotian students. Get support with the application process, scholarships and bursaries, and more.
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A close up of ceremonial, beaded Mi’kmaw attire. A close up of ceremonial, beaded Mi’kmaw attire.

Land acknowledgement

NSCC is located in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded territory and traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq Nation. Our relationship is based on a series of peace and friendship treaties between the Mi’kmaq Nation and the Crown, dating back to 1725.

As Treaty beneficiaries, we recognize that we are all Treaty People.

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The NSCC students who developed the app are pictured: Brandon Roy (left), Juan Roldan and Man Ching Ngi.
NSCC Truro students develop app to help prevent human trafficking A new app developed by students at NSCC Truro campus is being designed to help those targeted by abusers and traffickers.
Truro Daily News
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National research into student homelessness underway Homelessness is a growing problem for post-secondary students all over Canada. In fact, as many as 100,000 post-secondary students experience some form of homelessness every day.
Education News Canada
Construction continues at a site in front of the IWK Hospital in Halifax.
Wave of skilled trades retirements arrives in Nova Scotia sooner than expected The gaps in the skilled trade sector caused by a wave of retirements without others pursuing those occupations have arrived much earlier than the expected 2030 date, a legislative committee was told Tuesday.
Chronicle Herald
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