Bangladesh Community Association of Nova Scotia

Positive Social Space For All Banglasdeshis In Nova Scotia

Our organization aims to preserve and promote the unique Bangladeshi culture and enhance positive social interaction through support for newcomers, training, and various cultural events throughout the year.

Bangladesh Community Association of Nova Scotia (BDCANS) is a voluntary, non-political and non-profit organization. The main goal of this organization is to preserve and promote the unique Bangladeshi culture in the midst of multicultural societies in Nova Scotia, Canada. In addition, the association will work towards the enhancement of positive social interaction among Bangladeshis residing in Nova Scotia. BDCANS will also play an important role to demonstrate social and cultural values to Bangladeshi kids and youths.

Event Calendar

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Latest News

International Mother Language Day 2021

BDCANS AGM and New Council for 2021-2022 Term

The BDCANS Council is pleased to inform you that following are the members of the new Council for next two years 2021-2022:- Chairperson :- Mehdi KarimMember (Secretariate):- Khaled HasanMember...

কানাডার নোভাস্কসিয়ায় ঈদুল আজহা উদযাপিত

উৎসাহ উদ্দীপনার মধ্য দিয়ে আনন্দঘন পরিবেশে বাংলাদেশ কমিউনিটি অ্যসোসিয়েশান অব নোভাস্কসিয়ার  উদ্যোগে গত পহেলা আগষ্ট কানাডার হ্যালিফ্যাক্সে  অনুষ্ঠিত হল ঈদ আনন্দ অনুষ্ঠান। প্রবাসী বাঙালিদের এই উৎসব ক্ষণিকের...

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Community Events

BDCANS hosts a number of events throughout the year. These include but are not limited to; International Mother Language Day, Boishakhi (Bengali New Year), and Eid Carnival.

Multicultural Events

We participate in many multicultural events. Click below to find out more!

Get Involved

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Halifax, NS

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