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African Nova Scotian Affairs

Nova Scotia's Culture Action Plan

Located In Downtown Halifax (Halifax Peninsula)
Where To Find Us
1741 Brunswick St, 3rd Floor
Halifax, NS B3J 3X8
Areas Served Halifax Regional Municipality
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Phone 1-866-580-ANSA (2672)
Description & Services
Information To assist, support, and enhance the provincial government's delivery of services to African Nova Scotians, and to serve as a partner in developing innovative solutions that lead to self-reliance and sustainable development for African Nova Scotians and their communities. 
February is African Heritage Month. Nova Scotia has more than 48 Historic Black communities, and each year public libraries across the province celebrate the history, heritage and contributions of African Nova Scotians with programs and collections that highlight African heritage and the contributions made to the culture of Nova Scotia.
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