• Growing Together

    Growing Together

    Charlene and Emmanuel Anom bring together the best elements of their culture!

  • On her own terms

    On her own terms

    After tragedy ripped her family apart, Patricia Chareka built a life for herself based on hard work, resilience, and creativity!

  • It’s our village

    It’s our village

    Newcomers have a unique opportunity to fuse the cultures of Canada and their homelands into something greater!

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It’s our village

Chicken with a Twist

Beauty in the beat

Sharing fiery flavours

For Goodness’ sake

By the numbers

Working her way up

The numbers game

A taste of the good life

Articles

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Bringing business home

Innovacorp is an early-stage venture capital organization that helps new Nova Scotian entrepreneurs launch their technology start-ups. The company is a designated organization with Citizenship and Immigration Canada’s (CIC) Start-up Visa program pilot project, which runs until 2018. The program allows angel investors, venture capital firms, and business incubators to …

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Building on dreams

Nova Scotia needs immigrants and people brave enough to start their own businesses. Getting both in entrepreneurial newcomers can solve the problems simultaneously, according to Laurie Cameron, the head of Halifax’s Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CEED). CEED works with entrepreneurs to help them turn ideas into reality. “I …

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