Welcome to the NSCA!
The North Shore Community Association (NSCA), established in 2000, is a non-profit regional organization dedicated to serving, representing, and instilling pride in the English-speaking community of Quebec's North Shore. The NSCA, a community group that is primarily supported by the Department of Canadian Heritage, is working towards representing the interests of the English-speaking people from Tadoussac to Havre-St.Pierre including Fermont and Schefferville.
Need to know more information on the organization or community activities, please contact us.
NSCA… Bringing Communities Together!
NEWS & Upcoming Activities
Call for Bursary Applications
McGill University, in partnership with the North Shore Community Association (NSCA), is launching the call for Category 1 Bursary Program applications as part of the McGill Retention Bursary Program Fall 2013 Term.
To obtain more information about the program and bursary details, please see press release or visit the Reports and Publications page.
Flemming Elementary School will be holding their Second Annual Used Book Fair on April 24th and 25th.
The committee is looking for used books contributions for this school fund-raising event. For more details please see school flyer.
ESSB Public Consultation Notice
Eastern Shores School Board (ESSB) resolved that a public consultation will be held on the reorganization of the delivery of services concerning the English schools in the Sept-Iles Region.
For more details please see press release
Out of Region Medical Services
The Out of Region Medical Services brochure, a practical guide containing details of information on accommodations available when travelling out of region for medical specialized care, included is other useful information for the users when visiting a hospital.
The brochure was produced by the Agence de la santé et des services sociaux de la Côte-Nord.
Copies can be mailed to members and also are available for the public at our office.
To obtain a copy please contact us at the office for more information (418-296-1545).
An online version of the brochure is available under the Report and Publications section.
English Films in our Local Theatres
North Shore Community Association (NSCA) is pleased to announce that our Ciné-Centres in Baie-Comeau and Sept-Iles will be showing English films on regular basis. In the community of Fermont, an English presentation is offered each Friday. For more details of the films and its showing times, please check out our community calendar page.
NSCA "Let's Get Connected" Newsletter
March 2013 edition of our community newsletter is now available online; check out the Newsletter section.
Community Health Guide
The NSCA is pleased to announce the publishing of their ‘Community Health Guide – Resources for Seniors – Côte-Nord’. This resource guide has been developed to promote the health and social services that exist on the Côte-Nord aimed at seniors.
The guide also indicates (in most of the cases) if services are available in English and to what level. If you would like a copy, please feel free to contact us or visit the Reports and Publications section of for our online version.