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RCS Nova Scotia

RCS Nova Scotia believes that the Commonwealth is an important influence for good in the world. The value of this society lies in the great diversity of cultures, creeds, and political beliefs it represents, and in its ability to communicate and act constructively for peaceful ends. Our branch has a focus on youth. Commonwealth students studying at the local universities are offered, on a first- come first- served basis, a guided bus tour of our scenic South Shore in the fall. This tour has been offered now for 27 years. School students are encouraged to participate in the Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition, the oldest and largest in the world. Nova Scotia award winners are then recognized by His Honour, our Lieutenant Governor, at a special reception event at Government House.

The Nova Scotia Branch of The Royal Commonwealth Society holds meetings and social events throughout the year, with special speakers and entertainment with a Commonwealth flavour. On Commonwealth Day in March we hold a Church Service and Luncheon. His Honour reads Her Majesty’s message, and the special speaker has a topical presentation. A Brunch and AGM follows in May. In the summer there is a Lobster Dinner, followed in the fall by a Wine and Cheese Event. Finishing off the year is the annual Christmas Tea.

The National Student Commonwealth Forum - View Link - will be held in Ottawa from April 27th to May 3rd. Funding opportunities for Nova Scotia applicants are available; click here to apply.

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Download our membership form and submit along with your cheque - view form

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    Commonwealth Sunday Observance Service
    Sunday, March 10th, 10am
    St Paul's Anglican Church
    1749 Argyle Street, Halifax
    Lunch to follow at the Westin Nova Scotian; Noon