Local Immigration Partnerships (LIPs) are steered by broad-based coordinating councils comprised of key community members coming together and using their collective knowledge to drive the LIP vision forward.
In Cape Breton, the CBLIP Council is comprised of 30 members representing municipalities, settlement agencies, chambers of commerce, schools, libraries, non-profits, employers, and other key partners in newcomer settlement. The CBLIP Council lead the development and monitoring of the CBLIP Strategic Plan and are committed to the ongoing exploration of the ways that we can work collectively to build more welcoming and inclusive communities.
Nova Scotia Department of Education and Early Childhood Development
Councillor District 2 / CBLIP Co-Chair
Municipality of the County of Victoria
Settlement Services Coordinator
Cape Breton Island Centre for Immigration
Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership, Cape Breton Partnership
Student Advisor/African Canadian Supports
Nova Scotia Community College
Navigate Canada - Immigration Legal Services
NNF Inc. Business Consultants
Chief Executive Officer
Cape Breton Regional Chamber of Commerce