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!



Story Time

Story Time - a free family reading activity for 0-5 year olds will be held on September 27 at 6pm, at the Port Cartier public library. See flyer for more details.

Travel4Health Press Release

Travel4Health: A website created to support English-speaking patients from eastern regions in Quebec traveling away from home for medical services.
See press release below to obtain more information on the website.

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CHEP Session -

Upcoming video-conference: 'Silent Thief: Osteoporosis and Bone Health' on Wednesday, September 20 @ 10 am in Sept-Îles.
This workshop will be presented by Myra Siminovitch, a physiotherapist with a special interest in Arthritis and Osteoporosis.
See attached flyer for more information and how to register.

NSCA Photography Contest

Celebrating the beauty of the North Shore! The North Shore Community Association (NSCA) invites you to participate in a photography contest. The winning photographs will be used in the promotion of our region. Click on PDF below to download contest rules and release form.

Job Posting for Community Liaison

Job Opportunity for Port Cartier region:

The NSCA is currently recruiting for a Community Liaison position in the Port-Cartier area. For more details see posting.

Toodler Time - Family Day Fun

Upcoming Toddler Time session - "Outdoor Fun Day" an outdoor family fun extravaganza, with a special visit from our friendly neighbourhood fireman. A free activity for 5 years of age and under.
See attached flyer for more details.

Toddler Time May

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Webinar for Seniors and Caregivers

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The North Shore Community Association (NSCA), in partnership with McGill University, is pleased to announce the call for Category 1 & 2 Bursary Program applications as part of their McGill Retention Bursary Program 2017-2018

The purpose of the Category 1 & 2 Bursary is to address the need for bilingual professionals in health and social services in selected Quebec regions by encouraging students to pursue studies in health and social service disciplines in government recognized educational institutions located outside/ inside their region and to return to their region to work and serve their communities.

Students wishing to apply for the Bursary Program must submit their application form to the North Shore Community Association (Region 09 –participating community network). Deadline to submit your application is May 12, 2017, at 5:00 pm.

Archaeological Discoveries

Archaeological discoveries on the Cote Nord- archaeologist and director from Archéo-Mamu Côte Nord will present an informational session of archaeological finds uncovered in 2016. This event will be held at the Musée Regional de la Côte Nord . See flyer for more details.

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