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The Atlantic Immigration Pilot or AIP was launched in March 2017 by the federal government in response to the population challenges faced by all of the Atlantic Provinces.The Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) has been experiencing a population decline since the early 1960’s but for the first number of years the decline was quite modest. For example, between 1965 (when CBRM had a population of 130,000) and...The Cape Breton Island Centre for Immigration opened its doors on April 1, 2016. The Centre, funded by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, was a response to the results of the Rural Urban Task Force led by Cape Breton...
We can help!The Cape Breton Island Centre for Immigration offers a number of services to help you settle into your new community. We can help with: Referrals and registration for language classes Getting your Nova Scotia Driver’s License and Health Card Resume writing, job searches, and interview preparation Business and entrepreneurship development... more
Lifeline Syria Cape BretonNew Dawn is honoured to support the work of Lifeline Syria Cape Breton. Lifeline Syria Cape Breton represents the desire of many individuals and organizations across Cape Breton to organize a strong and coordinated response to the Syrian refugee crisis. We believe that we have both a responsibility and the... more
Contact UsWe welcome feedback, comments, suggestions, and questions. You can use the contact information or form below to get in touch. You can e-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org You can call us at: 902-270-5772 The Centre is open Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm and can be found on the second floor... more