As business owners, you play a pivotal role in how immigrants can succeed in Nova Scotia


The more the province is aware of the importance and benefits of an inter-culturally skilled workplace and the kind of programs that isans offer, the more everyone benefits.


Click here for the fall schedule of workshops and presentations.

Please take a moment to complete the survey. The more we understand employer’s experiences, the better we can serve this community.

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Please find attached some info about the ORANGE SHIRT CAMPAIGN, and an ORDER FORM.

Shirts are $10 each, hoodies are $25 each, minimum of 12 units in each (shirts and hoodies, multiple sizes within the order)


We can add your logo the back of the shirts/hoodies, starting at $6.00 per shirt/hoodie based on qty.

Ready to order?

To help our members reopen after the last lockdown, we offered $50 cash to the first 50 businesses to contact us. The idea is to give our members a chance to offer $50 in gift certificates to their customers. We were happy to give these members a boost! 

There are still a few $50. left. If you're a BACC member, contact us today!

We are pleased to announce that the Park View Education Centre Awards Committee chose Jonah Hyson as the recipient of this year's Bridgewater & Area Chamber of Commerce Bursary of $400.


Jonah will be attending Dalhousie taking a Bachelor of Commerce degree. Jonah is an honour student who is active in his school and community.


As you are probably aware, Park View will not be holding a separate Awards Ceremony again this year. Students will be presented letters informing them of awards they received at Graduation which will be held by appointment on June 24. The letters will instruct them to send proof of enrolment to you in September in order to receive the funds.


Thank you so much for your continued support of Park View Graduates.


Sherry Hubley,

Administrative Assistant

ISANS is taking part in a research project with St. Mary’s University to better understand the impact of COVID-19 on businesses across Nova Scotia. Please help us by completing this survey.