Nova Scotia

Project ARC Theatre Tour

Project ARC, located in Nova Scotia, is a human rights education initiative that uses theatre performances to educate students about the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and balancing rights and responsibilities. Project ARC has an all-youth cast who travel to elementary and high schools in Nova Scotia to perform their show about human rights. 

Community Services

To report suspected child maltreatment, call the agency or district office in the Department of Community Services nearest to you (see website). If you are not sure whom to contact, you can call the Nova Scotia Community Services head office at 1-877-424-1177. You can report suspected child maltreatment after regular business hours at: 1-866-922-2434.

Office of the Ombudsman

The Ombudsman is the office to contact if you feel government, other public bodies and trustees have not acted fairly or openly.If you think you have been treated unfairly, call toll free within Nova Scotia: 1-877-670-1100

Toll-free within Nova Scotia: 1-800-670-1111
Youth Services toll-free within Nova Scotia: 1-888-839-6884
Phone: 902-424-6780
Fax: (902) 424-6675


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