Cape Breton Welcome Network
The Cape Breton Welcome Network is a constellation of local, volunteer-led Welcome Groups made up of enthusiastic people eager to share their passion for Cape Breton – Unama’ki with newcomers.
If you are new to Cape Breton – or if you’d like to help welcome those who are – the Welcome Network is a great place to start.
About the Cape Breton Welcome Network
Launched in 2020, the Cape Breton Welcome Network is designed to support Cape Breton communities do one of the things they do best: welcome. The Network is comprised of a growing number of Welcome Groups around the Island and led by enthusiastic community volunteers. These volunteer Welcomers are people who have a welcoming spirit, are open-minded and respectful of diverse cultural backgrounds, passionate and knowledgeable about their communities and eager to share with newcomers all the great local activities and hidden gems.
The welcoming activities of each group are different – customized to best suit each community and each newcomer. Common activities might include: a welcoming phone call, meeting for coffee, delivering welcome baskets, offering community tours.
Connect with a welcome group today!
If you are new to Cape Breton or if you would like to learn how to become a volunteer Welcomer, please see the chart below and reach out to the Welcome Group nearest you. If your Cape Breton community doesn’t have a Welcome Group yet and you are interested in helping to form one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fill out our form to get connected with the Cape Breton Welcome Network by clicking below:
Judique Welcome Group
Phone: (902) 787-2110
Port Hood Welcome Group
CBRM (Cape Breton Regional Municipality) Welcome Group
Ankit Wadhwa (Co-Chair)
Vacant Co-Chair (picture your name here!)
St. Peter’s and Area Welcome Group
Norma Jean MacPhee
Phone: 902 371-3744
Victoria County Welcome Group
Phone: (902) 295-1130
Louisdale Welcome Goup
Inverness Welcome Group
Vacant Chair (picture your name here!)
Port Hawkesbury Welcome Group
Cheticamp Welcome Group – Community Matters
Isle Madame Welcome Group
St. Anne’s Bay Welcome Group
The Welcome Network stems from the extensive efforts of, and continues to work closely with, the Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership.
- About the Cape Breton Welcome Network
- About Cape Breton Welcome Groups
- Why Welcoming Matters in Cape Breton
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Additional Resources
Last Modified: December 12, 2022