News & Updates

Local organizers have decided to claim space at the former site of St Pats High School, at the corner of Quinpool Road and Windsor Street! We’d love for you to get involved! Our goal is to create a community-built garden space for folks to utilize and enjoy, to show the city that sustainable, environmentally-focused initiatives […]

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Project Flamingo

Posted on May 18, 2017 in News & Updates

Being able to imagine oneself as part of the story is one of the most rewarding aspects of reading. But for many, finding characters and stories that reflect their experiences is a challenge. We believe that every kid deserves to be part of the story! That is why NSPIRG, with the help of our friends at Flamingo […]

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Project Flamingo

Posted on May 18, 2017 in News & Updates

Being able to imagine oneself as part of the story is one of the most rewarding aspects of reading. But for many, finding characters and stories that reflect their experiences is a challenge. We believe that every kid deserves to be part of the story! That is why NSPIRG, with the help of our friends at Flamingo […]

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NSPIRG AGM Election Results

Posted on February 11, 2017 in News & Updates

Election Results!

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Red Bear Healing Home Society: Building a Sustainable Home and Community Red Bear Healing Home works with people who are deprived of the necessities of life and rights such as healthy food, decent jobs and affordable housing.  We promote active participation in community; reinforce life-long learning and individual growth; prepare and provide research based on […]

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Nova Scotia Midwifery Coalition Cape Breton: How do women experience maternal healthcare in Cape Breton? The Midwifery Coalition is a consumer group. For over 30 years, the Midwifery Coalition of Nova Scotia has been working to have midwifery accepted as a regulated health profession. Our goal is for midwifery services to be available to all […]

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Nova Scotia Midwifery Coalition Yarmouth: How do women experience maternal healthcare in Yarmouth? The Midwifery Coalition is a consumer group. For over 30 years, the Midwifery Coalition of Nova Scotia has been working to have midwifery accepted as a regulated health profession. Our goal is for midwifery services to be available to all women in […]

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SEED South End Environmental Injustice Society: Background research about the toxic landfill in Shelburne Researching the dump’s chronological development, its use and administration. Look into the progression of the decision-making on regional and municipal level. Seed Shelburne Background Research

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Loaded Ladle: Intersections of Food Justice Projects Food has become an increasingly popular area of activism and social change. We hear about “local food movement” and “food security” in our communities and on campus. The organic food movement, Fair Trade certification, and community gardens are just a few examples of now-common features of mainstream food […]

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Affirmative Ventures: Analysis of housing concept The focus of this research is to analyse the first establishment of the Affirmative Homes portfolio, Affirmative House and their past and current tenants. To collect and analyze first-hand, evidenced-based research from Affirmative House tenants and “graduates” Identify Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) which can be used as evaluation tools […]

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