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For Lease | Lobster Licenses | LFA 33 and LFA 34

For Lease

LFA 33 and LFA 34
Lobster Licenses

Contact:
Kespuwick Resources Inc
902 742-7214
or

Deadline:
Please inquire before July 4, 2022

FINANCIAL ASSSITANCE FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES APPLICATION 2022-23

Please find the application for financial assistance with school supplies for the 2021-2022 school year.

  School supply application 2022 (202 KB)

Mikiknewa'tasik kjiksu | Building Family Connection and Resiliency

AFN Mikiknewatasik kjiksu Building Family Conncetion and Resiliency

‼️Exciting Vaccine News‼️ | Pfizer 2nd BOOSTER (4th dose) Vaccination Clinic

‼️Exciting Vaccine News‼️

We are holding a Pfizer 2nd BOOSTER (4th dose)vaccination clinic for anyone 55+ and 120 days after first booster. This is open to all AFN and community members. 

PLEASE NOTE

  • You are not able to receive a booster within 90 days of a covid infection
  • The interval between 1st booster and 2nd booster is 120 days

Dates:

May 2, 2022 Yarmouth
May 4, 2022 Gold River

Please contact Marla (902) 774-3736 to book your appointment.

Off-Reserve Housing Support Program

offReserveHousingAppNotice

Please use the following form to submit applications for the Off-Reserve Housing Support Program:  Off Reserve Funding Application Final (131 KB)

AFN/ABO WIND PROJECTS

AFN/ABO WIND PROJECTS

In July 2021, the Nova Scotia government announced a Request for Proposals for the development of renewable energy projects. This announcement is linked to Nova Scotia’s goals to fight climate change and move to a more sustainable source of electricity.

Acadia First Nation (AFN) strongly supports the benefits of introducing a cost-effective source of renewable energy to the Province.

AFN has recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with ABO Wind Canada in the development of two wind projects.

  1. Sandy Point Wind Farm – Shelburne County
  2. Melvin Lake Wind Farm – Halifax Regional Municipality

We are excited to participate in Canada’s growing clean energy sector.

These projects will provide many opportunities throughout the development, construction and operational aspects of the wind farms.

Project Contact:

Rachel Stevenson,
Director of Economic Development
Acadia First Nation
Tel: (902) 742-0257