Phoenix is a non-profit, community based organization located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. At Phoenix we believe people matter – all people. Since 1987, Phoenix has been dedicated to supporting youth between the ages of 11 and 24, families, and communities across multiple locations in Halifax. Our team of caring professionals recognizes that each person who comes to us has unique needs and personal strengths. We believe that people are the leaders in their own lives; Phoenix is a leader in supporting them.
“No matter what, I will always stay connected to Phoenix, through volunteering or service projects, because I believe being connected to Phoenix saved my life. Phoenix gives you an option when you don’t think you have any.” –
Phoenix youth attending Dalhousie
Laing House is a drop-in centre for youth aged 16 – 29 living with a mood disorder, psychosis and/or anxiety disorder. Based on peer support, members can meet friends who have gone through similar experiences and support each other as they find wellness. Laing House first opened its doors in 2001 and became the first youth-based peer support organization in Canada. Since then, it has been providing a support system, access to skills and knowledge, and most importantly, an understanding and accepting family for those who need it.
“At Laing House I met people who were struggling with the same problems I was, and many of them were handling it better than me. They taught me, both through example and explicit instruction, how to surmount mental illness. I also learned a very important secret. Different people cope with mental illness using different strategies, and because several dozen were gathered together at Laing House you could compare and tell which strategies were the best.”
Former Laing House member
Working with local partners, United Way Halifax funds programs and services that enable people to live their best lives and strengthen communities. United Way Halifax funds 78 community programs and several partnerships. Our focus is to create vibrant and safe places to live, and solve issues of homelessness, social isolation and food insecurity. Working closely with volunteers, donors, employers, community agencies and government organizations, United Way Halifax is connected to what’s happening on the ground and knows what help is needed.
We are 100 percent focused on people in Halifax and creating lasting change in our community.
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The Port of Halifax is a regional economic engine, generating more than 12,400 jobs and contributing over $1.7 billion in economic impact. The world’s largest shipping lines call on the Port of Halifax, connecting the port to more than 150 countries. The beautiful Halifax Seaport is a premier destination, attracting more than 1.2 million visitors each year. Collaborating and working with strong partners and stakeholders, the Port community continues to deliver excellent service. Whether its cargo, cruise or business opportunities, the Port of Halifax is your competitive solution. Learn more at www.portofhalifax.ca
At Office Interiors, we “Love the way we Work” and our corporate Vision is to inspire others to feel the same. The products and services that we offer align with our Mission:”to help our customers create productive work environments”. We focus on building trusting relationships with our customers that allow us to fully understand their needs and have developed a defined “Love the Way You Work” Process to ensure that we do the job right the first time.
Our team of 110 employees, and multiple office locations throughout the Maritimes, enables us to provide full coverage for all facets of our business. Our employees live and breathe our six core values which guide how they do the job; our customers, our communities, our people , our environment, integrity and results. These core values are integrated into everything we do.
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Colliers Project Leaders Inc., one of Canada’s most respected and specialized project management companies, has been in continuous operation for more than 28 years. The company is owned jointly by its senior management team and Colliers International Inc. Colliers Project Leaders’ corporate headquarters are located in Ottawa, Ontario.
As an independent and objective project management and consulting organization, Colliers serves as an integral part of the client’s team – to plan, manage, oversee and deliver upon our clients’ project goals and objectives.
The Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Society is a non-profit, board governed organization that currently operates nine core programs. It is one of one hundred and nineteen Friendship Centre’s across Canada, and opened its doors on September 17th,1973. The society was incorporated on June 2nd, 1975.
The mission of the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Centre is to provide structured, social-based programming for Urban Aboriginal People while serving as a focal point for the urban aboriginal community to gather for a variety of community functions and events.
The Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Society wishes to recognize the traditional lands of our Mi’kmaw Ancestors. The Mi’kmaw are the traditional custodians of the land where the Mi’kmaw Native Friendship Resides. The Society would like to pay our respects to the elders both past and present of the Mi’kmaw Nation.