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White parents, it’s time to do the work this Black History Month Read Articles
“IT’S LIKE I CAN’T BE MYSELF” Read Articles
Legacy Coffee Highlights Trailblazers Read Articles
A Black Literary Trailblazer’s Solitary Death: Charles Saunders, 73 Read Articles
Historic Black Canadian communities Read Articles
Racist description of Halifax-area town leads to police investigation of transit app Read Articles
‘Black history is Canadian history’: Why activists say Canadian Black history should be taught 365 days a year Read Articles
Province Repays Fine and Court Cost of Viola Desmond Read Articles
What Black History Month means in 2021 Read Articles
Meet the man who created Black History Month Read Articles
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Employment Services

The Employment Services Centre located in Kentville is designed to provide the best possible service and employment advice to residents of Kings County and other areas of Nova Scotia.

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Supported Services

VANSDA offers a number of targeted employment programs at different times of the year, through partnerships with Federal and Provincial Government departments.

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Additional Services & Programs

VANSDA offers a monthly series of workshops to clients and community members alike. Open to all they cover a wide range of employment and community development topics.

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Trailblazers

Members of the African Diaspora have been trailblazers throughout history. By recognizing the efforts of some we hope to further educate and instill not only their story but pride in what was achieved and how it influences community moving forward. The four trailblazers featured were selected as the first 4 Persons of African Descent feature on the ‘Legacy Coffee Series’.

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Mar 08
The 23rd Annual ANSMA Artist Showcase & Awards

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About

VANSDA

As part of the Nova Scotia Works Employment Services system, VANSDA is a not-for-profit community development organization with a wide ranging mission and mandate.

The Employment Services Centre located in Kentville is designed to provide the best possible service and employment advice to residents of Kings County and other areas of Nova Scotia. With an integrated bundle of employment services to help residents understand, prepare for and meet the needs of the provincial labour market, the Centre also provides services to aid businesses in recruiting, managing and developing the talent they require to be more productive.