Welcome to the North Shore Community Association - 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!



AGM 2016

NSCA welcomes its members to join them on Saturday, September 10, 2016 for their Annual General Meeting and community gathering events. Please note location, time and schedule of events indicated on the flyer. This is a great occasion to learn more about the NSCA and meet with community members.

Toddler Time Session

Toddler Time Session - A FREE English activity for children 0 to 5 years old!! Our upcoming session will focus on an intergenerational activity, where seniors will be planting with toddlers. Participants will enjoy fun games and a healthy picnic during our Picnic in the Park session. See the flyer for more details on the June session.

Videoconferencing session on Do not resuscitate & Palliative Care

A free workshop session is being offered to the community via videoconferencing - Do not resuscitate- Wednesday, June 8 at 9:30 am. Please call our NSCA office 418-968-3148 to reserve your spot.

Download your Health Passport App

Download the Health App today! This App will not only help you and your family keep track of health information, but also puts helpful words and phrases in French at your fingertips when you go to clinic or an emergency. Please CLICK HERE to see more.

McGill Bursary Launch


The North Shore Community Association (NSCA), in partnership with McGill University, is pleased to announce the call for applications for the Health and Social Services Community Leadership Bursaries for the 2016-2017 Academic Year.

Importance of Play

Free Workshop for Parents or Day Care providers - The Importance of Play - a an informational session through video-conference. Spaces are limited and for more information please contact our office (Sept-Îles) 418-968-3148. See flyer for more details on the presenter and session outline.

Family Literacy Night

Family Literacy Night activity for the English-speaking community. Come out for an enjoyable evening of stories and legends with special guests.
See the flyer for more details and/or to obtain more information on the event


Book Fair will be held at Flemming Elementary (542 Brochu, Sept-Iles) on March 16, 17, 18.

Caregiver Workshop

Caregiver Workshop Conference offered to our communities of Baie-Comeau, Port-Cartier, and Sept-Iles. A Free informational session for caregivers and potential caregivers to assist them in communicating with loved ones. See flyer for more details on the session outline and information to register.

A Christmas Story

On Sale for $10

This bilingual children’s book reveals young artistic creativity and expression through drawings and illustrations by the Grade 3 and 4 students of Baie-Comeau High School. The book is an amazing true story of how Santa Claus came to Baie-Comeau by airplane in the late 1940’s.

Click here to contact the NSCA office to place your order.

Phone: 418 968-3148

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