Clare, Nova Scotia, July 15, 2021—The Government of Canada recognizes the different ways that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted small and rural communities across Nova Scotia. That’s why it’s continuing to make strategic investments in infrastructure that meet the unique and specific needs of these communities across the province.

Together, federal, provincial, and local governments are taking decisive action to support families, businesses, and communities, and continue to look ahead to see what more can be done as Canada begins to recover from the impacts of the pandemic.

Halifax (NS), June 23, 2021 - Following consultation among athletic directors and a decision by the presidents of its member institutions, the Atlantic Collegiate Athletic Association (ACAA) will be returning to full competition for the 2021-22 season. The 2021-22 schedules for each varsity sport have been approved and will be announced shortly. The training camps for fall sports are scheduled to begin conference wide on August 27.

Church Point, June 3, 2021 – Université Sainte-Anne is proud to announce that it will award the  Louis E. Deveau Award of Excellence to “Société de la garderie Le Petit Voilier” during its virtual college graduation ceremony on Thursday, June 24, 2021. The entire community is welcome to join the celebration, which will be broadcast live on the Université Sainte-Anne YouTube account.

Halifax, NS, June 1, 2021 - A successful collaboration among four major language-related organizations in Nova Scotia is ready for its second edition.

Foundations in Dialogue Interpreting, a 10-week online interpretation course which came as a result of a collaboration initiated by the Association of Translators and Interpreters of Nova Scotia (ATINS) with Université Sainte-Anne, Access Language Services, and Alliance française Halifax is ending this month, reaching full enrolment in a matter of days. A summer session is starting June 14, 2021.

Church Point (NS), April 22, 2021 – Université Sainte-Anne invites the student population to plan for a return to our campuses in fall 2021. In fact, preparations are underway to welcome it in greater numbers. Despite this optimism with respect to the fall, we must maintain a flexible posture in the face of pandemic-related uncertainty. As such, course offerings will be planned based on a hybrid model, whereby courses can be taken in person or remotely.