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Gaelic Affairs works with in partnership with institutions and community organizations that pertain to Gaelic language and culture to establish programs and initiatives that provide opportunities for Nova Scotians to learn and use Gaelic and better appreciate and understand Gaelic cultural identity in Nova Scotia.

There 24 organizations and 6 institutions with whom Gaelic Affairs works to promote and develop Gaelic language and culture in Nova Scotia.

At the international level, there are 12 international organizations located in Scotland and Ireland with whom Gaelic Affairs is in regular communication.

There are partnerships between the Scottish Government, Bòrd na Gàidhlig and the Highland Council (Scotland) and Gaelic Affairs, Nova Scotia.

Gaelic Affairs works to strengthen and heighten the links between the Gaelic Triad – Ireland, Scotland and Nova Scotia.

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