nova scotia: We look to support whoever wants to start a small business project and gain Canadian experience, said Osman, according to CBC. At the same time, I'm also building social connections between people, to see people exchange numbers and make friends. Manal Osman has founded 50/50 Nova Scotia, a non-profit organization that offers free workshops in cooking, soap-making and sewing in the hopes it will encourage people, especially newcomers, to sell what they make. Manal Osman is the co-founder of 50/50 Nova Scotia. Ever since I came here, I felt the need to become part of the community, so the idea started from there, said Osman, who is now a Canadian citizen. Robert Short/CBC Osman immigrated to Canada in 2010 to seek a better life. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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