Emancipation Day is the anniversary of British parliament’s decision to abolish slavery across its empire in 1834. It is a day to recognize and reckon with the legacy of anti-Black racism and honour the contributions of Nova Scotia’s historic Black communities.
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Second Story Women's Centre recognizes that we are on Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaw People. We honour the treaties that guide the relationships of our people.
MONDAY, TUESDAY & THURSDAY 10am - 4pm WEDNESDAY 11am - 4pm FRIDAY Staff working remotely 10am - 1pm * The Centre is closed and staff work from home when school is cancelled due to weather. * Appointments may be available outside of regular office hours.