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Fabulous four under 40

IFEANYI EMESIH Founder, My Halifax Experience and My East Coast Experience Young immigrants and newcomers to watch I’m feeling blessed these days. Blessed and grateful! Almost three years ago, I started this platform so I could give back to the community I love—Halifax. I wanted to tell important stories about …

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We are family

By Ifeanyi Emesih   Family means different things to different people. For some, “family always comes first” and “blood is thicker than water.” For others, the phrase “you can’t pick your family; thank God you can pick your friends” better describes the relationship. Whichever camp we fall into, nothing has …

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Don’t accept the status quo

By Ifeanyi Emesih   Standing still is the same as falling behind. But that hasn’t really been an issue for My Halifax Experience. Ever since our first event, we’ve been going full steam ahead with growing it, the creating this magazine, and expanding of the My Halifax Experience platform. In …

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Honouring our best

In 2017, My Halifax Experience celebrates immigrants making a difference in Atlantic Canada   Welcome to our first issue of 2017. We’re starting this year thinking about New Year resolutions. This year, we resolve to expand the scope of our magazine’s mission. Up until now, our focus has been solely …

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One year in

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Thank you. This issue marks one year of publishing for My Halifax Experience. We couldn’t have reached this milestone without you, our readers. Since launching in early 2016, we’ve been blessed to be able to bring you the stories of the many new Canadians and international students who have chosen …

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Creating your opportunity

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A friend recently asked me if Halifax really is a good place for immigrants to come make a new life. As the founder of a magazine that’s all about answering that question in the affirmative, my first response was obvious. “Of course it is,” I replied. “Why,” he asked, “are …

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