Our History

For over 20 years, the Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group (NSPIRG) at Dalhousie University has worked to bridge the campus with the broader community. In that span of time, we have carried out our mandate through the coordination of innumerable workshops, lectures, screenings, rallies, concerts, campaigns, and more.

Many of the projects that got their start at NSPIRG, originally, have since evolved into successful, community-driven autonomous projects of their own. These include The Grainery Co-op, the Dalhousie Women’s Centre, SustainDal, the Rainbow Action Project, the Loaded Ladle and No One is Illegal Halifax, to name just a few.

As you search our history, you will find archives of articles, videos, audio-reports and more, documenting just a slice of the contribution that NSPIRG has made to environmental and social justice on campus and in the community since its inception.

Dalhousie Student Union Building   6136 University Avenue, Room B24 – Halifax NS B3H 4J2
NSPIRG would like to acknowledge our office is located on ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People

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