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In the course of this community study on vitality indicators conducted in the Halifax Francophone community, we identified a series of best practices in the four target sectors (community governance, health care, immigration and access to government services). The information seems to indicate that there is a degree of community vitality. It appears that the Halifax Francophone community is at an advantage through its location in the capital of Nova Scotia, a province that is making remarkable efforts to strengthen and enhance its Francophone community.

To get a clearer picture, we developed the basis for a community evaluation tool to guide the community through a systematic process to measure its vitality. This exercise will not only give the community an accurate picture of its strengths and challenges, but also provide it with better tools to plan its own development and meet its partnersí accountability requirements. To build its evaluation capacity, the Halifax francophone community will however need financial and human resources.

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