Nova Scotia


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PCCN BLACKS IN NOVA SCOTIA (BINS)
Contact:
 Elwood Marsman
Phone: (902) 869-1180
Email: pccnbins@gmail.com
PCCN CAPE BRETON
Contact: 
Clarence Durham
Phone: (902) 595-2771
Cell: (902) 574-4323
Email: tazzydurham@gmail.com
Meet: 1st Wednesday of each month
272 Prince St. (Sobeys)
Sydney
7:30 PM
PCCN HALIFAX RAINBOW WARRIORS
Contact:
 Robert Isbister
Phone: (902) 454-9279
Email: rainbowwarriors@eastlink.ca
Meet: 3rd Tuesday of each month
5121 Sackville St., Suite 101
7:00 PM
PCCN HALIFAX REGION
Contact: 
Richard MacFarlane
Phone: (902) 457-0644
Email: m.macfarlane@eastlink.ca

Contact: Randy Skaling
Phone: (902) 829-2940
Email: jskaling@hotmail.com

Web: www.facebook.com/ProstateSupportHalifax
Meet: 3rd Thursday of each month
366 Lacewood Dr., 3rd floor
Boardroom (located in front of Home Depot)
Halifax
1:00 PM
PCCN PICTOU COUNTY
Contact: 
Darrell Rushton
Phone: (902) 752-2193
Email: pccn.pictoucounty@ns.sympatico.ca
darrell.rushton@ns.sympatico.ca
Meet: 3rd Thursday of each month
United Commercial Travellers Building
(behind Summer Street Industries, Park Street)
New Glasgow
PCCN TRURO AND AREA
Contact:
 Kenneth McCallum
Phone: (902) 895-6570
Email: jk.mccallum@ns.sympatico.ca
Meet: 1st Thursday of each month
September to June
Truro Police Station,
Prince St.
7:00 PM
PCCN YARMOUTH COUNTY
Contact:
 Eric Burns
Phone: (902) 742-7367
Email: marioross@eastlink.ca
Meet: 1st Monday of each month
Lions Club, Parade St.
Yarmouth
7:00 PM

 





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