Nova Scotia is a province of cultural diversity. This diverse cultural landscape has social and economicbenefits. The Office of Gaelic Affairs (OGA) contributes to sustainability by supporting and investing ina unique provincial resource, our Gaelic language and culture.
An Còmhairle is the umbrella organization for all Gaelic groups, societies and institutions in the province of Nova Scotia. It organizes the Gaelic Cultural Awareness Month (May) with activities across the province and political and educational activism through the Gaelic Cultural Awareness Month Committee.
Publishes a quarterly newsletter, Naidheachd, with "information about Gaelic programs in the US, Canada and Scotland, book reviews, travel articles, news from our members, and items of general interest." (from a pamphlet)
Comann an Luchd-Ionnsachaidh
The Gaelic Learners' Association (The Voice of Gaelic Learners)
(Membership of CLI is 10 pounds (UK) 12 pounds (EC) and 14 pounds (elsewhere) per year. The bilingual magazine is published regularly and is full of useful info.)Comann an Luchd-Ionnsachaidh
Slighe nan Gaidheal
A Scottish Gaelic group in Seattle, WA.
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