Isle Madame is looking to grow and wants you. A key component to our growth strategy is welcoming those interested in immigrating from other countries to our community.
To find out how you can become a part of this great community, we encourage you to contact the Development Isle Madame Association at firstname.lastname@example.org or 902-226-1918.
Also, listed below are a variety of resources to assist you along the way.
NS Office of Immigration
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Service Canada Foreign Worker Program
Canada Border Services Agency
Provincial Settlement Services
Immigrant Settlement & Integration Services (ISIS)
Multicultural Association of Nova Scotia
Lee Cohen- (Nova Scotia lawyer specializing in immigration to Canada and human rights matters).
Elizabeth A. Baxter- (barrister & solicitor in Halifax)
MacDonald Boudrot Doucette (Located in Port Hawkesbury, concentrating in accident and personal injury, insurance claims, criminal law, property law, business law, civil litigation, wils and estates and family law)
Credential Assessments and Training
World Education Services- Credential Assessments
Nova Scotia Community College- Port Hawkesbury
Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
Links to Canadian Embassies
Canadian Embassies and immigration information for Americans (Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade-Canada US Relations)
Canadian Embassies Abroad
Immigration Research and Reports
Nova Scotia’s Immigration Strategy
Populating Cape Breton- The Immigration Factor- A Plan Moving Forward (Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation-2004)
Rural and Small Town Programme
Rural Repopulation Discussion Paper
Rural and Small Town Canada Analysis Bulletins
Other Links for Newcomers
Youth Against Racism
Canadian CED Network
Atlantic Metropolis Centre
Pier 21 Society
Canadian Labour Congress- Immigrant and Refugee Toolkit
canadianlabour.ca/updir/Immigration-Tool-Kit-Final-ENG.pdf St. Joseph's Credit Union email@example.com