Pathways to Connection
The human experience is defined by connection. To be connected is to have bonds, links, and relationships with the people, environments, and many things that bring meaning to our lives. These can be close in proximity, but they can also span communities, countries, culture, and even time.
Connections are ultimately what help us feel at home no matter where we find ourselves, and this reality is especially prevalent for immigrants. Immigrants depart their home countries to live permanently in new ones, and the connections that exist for them – the ones they make, the ones they already have, and the ones that come into their lives involuntarily – will invariably shape the way their futures unfold.
The importance connection holds for immigrants is also why it is so important to our work at ISANS. Our vision is a community where all can belong and grow, and we want every immigrant we support to know they have an invaluable place here.
Our AGM Package
The ISANS Annual General Meeting information package includes all the relevent documents to be either shared, discussed or voted upon at the 2022 meeting on June 20th.
If you have questions regarding any of these documents, please visit our contact us page here.
RSVP for our 2022 AGM!
On June 20th, ISANS will explore the importance connection holds for immigrants and also why it is so important to our work at ISANS. Our vision is a community where all can belong and grow, and we want every immigrant we support to know they have an invaluable place here.
During the AGM we will present the Annual ISANS Award which recognizes those who have demonstrated exceptional and innovative efforts in welcoming immigrants to Nova Scotia.
Location: Paul O'Regan Hall, Halifax Public Library, Central
Date and Time: June 20th, 3:00pm-4:30pm