Dòchas (Gaelic Youth in Nova Scotia)

Published on Jul 12, 2021
Dòchas means 'Hope' in Scottish Gaelic. Gaels in Nova Scotia, Canada, struggle to maintain and pass on their Gaelic language, culture, and identity in the 21st century as they have been under threat for hundreds of years. Hope is growing though and a lot of it is engendered by what is happening with our youth, who are proud to be Gaels and to keep up our language and traditions.

Gaelic Affairs is a division of Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage, Government of Nova Scotia, Canada. With offices in Antigonish, Halifax and Mabou, Nova Scotia, Gaelic Affairs works to support Nova Scotians in reclaiming Gaelic language and identity by creating awareness, working with partners and providing tools and opportunities to learn, share and experience Gaelic language and culture. Gaelic Affairs YouTube channel presents samples of Gaelic language and culture in Nova Scotia.

Videos on conversation, song, music, dance, story and more will communicate a living Gaelic language and cultural community in our province.

Our Website: https://gaelic.novascotia.ca/
Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gaelicaffairs


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