Monday, September 22, 2008

Nova Scotia



Still undecided where to settle in Canada? Here's Nova Scotia for you.



The average annual temperatures in Nova Scotia are Spring from 1° to 17°C; Summer from 14° to 39°C; Fall about 5° to 20°C; Winter about -21° to 5°C.

Filipinos in Nova Scotia
The Filipino Association of Nova Scotia (FANS) is a voluntary, non-profit society. Informally organized on December 24, 1964 and founded on August 9, 1968. FANS finally became a society on June 10, 1974. The society's main objective is to foster social and friendly relations among members while promoting mutual understanding between Filipinos and people of all nations.

Nova Scotia Immigration Program
Like other Provinces of Canada, it also has a provincial nominee program called Nova Scotia Nominee Program (NSNP). There are four NSNP for you to chose from namely: Skilled Worker Stream, Family Business Worker Stream, Community Identified Stream and International Graduate Stream. Visit www.novascotiaimmigration.com for more information.

Nova Scotia has a number of occupation categories reporting a need for skilled, qualified personnel, including:
  • Oil and gas related fields

  • Geology

  • Accounting

  • Sales

  • Technicians/ engineers

  • Supervisors

  • Industrial

  • Computer information systems

  • Health Care: nurses, doctors

  • Accounting and finance
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    The official website of the Government of Nova Scotia is www.gov.ns.ca