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"In the thistle's shadow, violets grow stronger."

Fall 2018:

Look for a refreshed version of our website!


Welcome to the website of the New Brunswick Scottish-Cultural Association. On this site you will find the history of the Association, the latest news on our initiatives, the Association's governing structure, Constitution and By-Laws, how to become a member or subscribe to the NB Scottish Journal and links to other sites of interest.

New Brunswick has a very rich Scottish heritage. Throughout the province you will find evidence of the Scottish immigrants who settled and built it economically, socially, politically and culturally. The Executive Council, Board of Directors, and Committee Chairs are committed to promoting and protecting the Scottish culture in New Brunswick.

We believe that the Association's most important function is to establish links with the different Scottish groups in New Brunswick -- to bind more closely these diverse groups and facilitate the sharing of information.

We hope you will find this site interesting and informative and that it will give you a true picture of the role of the Association in New Brunswick. If you have any questions, general comments or suggestions, we would love to hear from you.

Board of Directors
New Brunswick Scottish-Cultural Association Inc.

The NBSCA requires your continued support. Now in our 38th year of service to the Scottish community, the NBSCA is focusing on consolidating the successes of the last nearly four decades. We strive to increase our membership, advance youth initiatives, and seek out new opportunities to promote Scottish culture in New Brunswick. The Association welcomes membership inquiries from New Brunswickers and non-residents alike. We also welcome additional volunteers to assist one of our many committees. We have need of whatever talent you can offer. All you need do is contact us.

The New Brunswick Scottish Cultural Association, Inc.
is supported by the Government of New Brunswick.

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