Friends

Atlantic Canada Language Academy are proud members of EduNova. EduNova’s mandate is to work with members to raise the profile of Nova Scotia’s education and training expertise. EduNova’s focus is on collaborative international recruitment activities and the identification of international project opportunities.

Our international partners that help to bring students from across the globe to Atlantic Canada.Our international partners that help to bring students from across the globe to Atlantic Canada.

Work Global Canada is the approved immigration partner for ACLA and provides post-graduate employment opportunities and immigration services for our students.

Atlantic Canada Language Academy are also proud members of the EduCanada directory.

Our president Michelle Alcorn’s HR business, designed to support and grow local businesses with recruitment, retention and attracting top-level staff.

Languages Canada is Canada’s premier language organization. Atlantic Canada Language Academy are proud members of their group.

ApplyBoard connects international students and recruitment partners to educational opportunities at institutions around the world.

Our home sweet home of Nova Scotia is essential for business funding for Atlantic Canada Language Academy and many other businesses across the province.

The wonderful town of Lunenburg has supported our school since it opened and made our students feel incredibly welcome.

The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration sponsor our SSEAL program and are integral to the program’s success.

ISANS help connect us with students and connect our students with opportunities.

YREACH has a mandate to raise awareness about the benefits of immigration in Nova Scotia and to work with local partners, such as us, to create welcoming communities.

The South Shore Multicultural Association celebrates diversity and social inclusion along the beautiful South Shore of Nova Scotia and is put on multicultural events that are always popular with our students.

Lunenburg Board of Trade has supported Atlantic Canada Language Academy over the years and is a treasured partner.

The Better Together Family Resource Centre kindly donates space to our SSEAL program in Bridgewater.

We use the Smuggler’s Cove Inn as one of our hotel options for students.

We use the Topmast Motel as one of our hotel options for students.

We sponsor Lunenburg’s annual Doc Fest which showcases documentary films that entertain, educate and inspire, creating a cultural experience.

South Shore Regional Library kindly donates space to our SSEAL program at various locations.

Our friends at Cyber PR Army are responsible for our website and behind-the-scenes tech such as our Lunenburg Live platform.

Alternative & Holistic Health in Moncton. “Make food your medicine and medicine your food.”
Looking for local syrup (maple and birch!), herbal teas, organic vegetables, and bean mixes? You can get all these and more from Fundy Farms outside Hillsborough.
Gourmet Buffalo Sauces for every pallet! From our mildest ORIGINAL and HICKORY to our hotter HABANERO or the hottest yet REAPER! !

Originally hailing from Spring Hill Nova Scotia, Mike relocated to Lunenburg via Vancouver and opened Lincoln Barber in early 2018. The shop has become one of the South Shore’s go to places for men’s grooming.

The building was built in 1840….
It has changed many times over the years (tailor shop, butcher, paint store, home furnishings, and wallpaper store). It is located in old town Lunenburg walking distance to all we have to offer!!!!!

Briggs Maple top quality products can be found in many retail locations throughout New Brunswick.

For more than thirty years, TIANB has been an instrumental part of the New Brunswick tourism industry, enabling its members to speak with a single, united voice on the most pressing issues affecting them. Creating a strong and vibrant industry requires teamwork, partnership, and collaboration. Together, we can achieve new summits for our industry and your business!

We pride ourselves as the champion of advocacy for tourism issues in Nova Scotia. By listening to you, our members, TIANS is fiercely working on your behalf with a passion for our industry, sincere compassion for your well-being and the desire to advance change. In working with our partner associations and stakeholders we ensure that we are involved in the development of the tourism industry at the regional, provincial, and national levels.

To apply for a study permit you will need a letter of acceptance from a Designated Learning Institution. Atlantic Canada Language Academy is a Designated Learning Institute registered under number O19210345642

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