About the photography in this report
International learning provides us all with the opportunity to go, learn and grow. It also often pushes us well outside of our comfort zone. The featured images in this report include NSCC students and employees in locations or doing activities that push them outside of their comfort zones.
Photography: kelly clark fotography
NSCC is located in Mi’kma’ki, the unceded territory and traditional homeland of the Mi’kmaq Nation. Our relationship is based on a series of peace and friendship treaties between the Mi’kmaq Nation and the Crown, dating back to 1725.
As Treaty beneficiaries, we recognize that we are all Treaty People.
African Nova Scotian recognition
NSCC recognizes the African Nova Scotians as a distinct group who arrived here 400 years ago. From that time on, they have contributed to the infrastructure and economic wealth of the towns and cities they helped to build, but from which they could not benefit.
Let us learn more about how our respective communities were shaped by the historical contributions of African Nova Scotians to Mi'kma'ki.