Nova Scotia 2

Nova Scotia is one of the four Atlantic provinces situated on the east coast of Canada. The province is known for its memorable adventure spots and historical streets that are flocked by tourists from all across the globe. Nova Scotia is famous for its many beautiful small towns like Peggy’s Cove, Mahone Bay, and the UNESCO world heritage site of Lunenburg.  As someone who loves nature, it’s many aesthetically beautiful beaches, ocean vistas, and national parks will be a definite stand-out. Nova Scotia is a great place to go hiking and explore the outdoors and all of this has only been possible because of the amazing, strong-knit business community that aids the comfort of the tourists coming to Nova Scotia every year!

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The Atlantic Chamber of Commerce

The Maritime Board of Trade that was established in 1896 became the Atlantic Provinces Chamber of Commerce when Newfoundland and Labrador’s respective chamber joined it in 1974. The official website states that APCC “actively partners with members and other organizations to impact a strong, vibrant and growing Atlantic Canada. It is a catalyst to influence, educate and advocate on policy-related issues that support business, to deliver high-value services and opportunities to our members, and to support and promote initiatives that contribute to sustainable economic growth in the region.” APCC is an advocate for over 16,000 businesses of different scales and sizes and works tirelessly in representing them to the higher-ups in the province. You can find more information on APCC by clicking on the link provided here.  

Canadian Federation of Independent Business

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is another excellent option to turn to when you feel you need some help with your small-scale business in Nova Scotia. Dedicated to helping small firms and entrepreneurs, CFIB is the largest non-profit organization with more than 95,000 members. 

The CFIB plays a vital role in advocating for small-scale businesses, whether with the government or politicians. Additionally, they provide specific business tools and practical resources plus on-call counsellors if you still have a doubt. You can get more information by clicking on the link provided above!  

Halifax Chamber of Commerce

Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, is probably the most picturesque and vibrant city in Canada. To help thousands of businesses in this city, the Halifax Chamber of Commerce works tirelessly highlighting the various challenges and hardships faced by the business community in this city. It is a non-profit, non-partisan organization with more than 1700 members. Additionally, they are “committed to creating value and prosperity for its members. The Chamber provides the services its members need while advocating for the conditions to enhance private sector growth.” Please follow the link to find more information about the various resources offered by the Halifax Chamber of Commerce.

Third-Party Tools and Resources

Other than the government and non-profit tools and resources present in Nova Scotia, small-business owners can also look for other adequate third-party resources that are not just affordable but entirely scalable in helping achieve their goals. We have also provided some important links that you can check out below:

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