November 2021 to January 2022 Webinar Series.

All webinars are in Atlantic Standard Timezone (AST) or Halifax, NS timezone.


We encourage all new students to join us. You must register using your MSVU username and password.

TIP: if you don’t know your MSVU email address, username or password, please email Include your full name, MSVU ID, and your date of birth in your email so that they can confirm your identification.

NOTE: The link to the webinar meeting will be emailed to you a few days before the webinar date. Please make sure to check your MSVU email.

If you have any questions or technical issues joining in the webinar, please email:

Monday, November 29 at 10:00am (AST) | Traveling to Canada Webinar

November 2021 travel updates and restrictions. Attend this webianr to help you prepare for your travel and arrival here in Canada.

Platform: Microsoft Teams

Registaer here:

Monday, November 29 at 11:30am (AST) | Academics at MSVU: Course Registration

This webinar will increase your awareness of how to find and register for courses as well as understand the information on the course list web page, etc.

Platform: Microsoft Teams

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Friday, December 3 at 10:00 am (AST) | Study Permit Matters

This webinar will be conducted by your International Student Advisor, Kay Balite. Join us to learn more about the immigration requirements to study in Canada as an international student.

Platform: Microsoft Teams

Register here:

Monday, December 6 at 10:00am (AST) | IT Training: MyMount, Moodle, Blackboard Collaborate

MyMount is the University’s portal, providing you with personalized access to a number of services, including Office 365, WebAdvisor, course registration, financial information and email. Join us to learn more about the Mount’s Learning Management System, Blackboard Collaborate, Office365, and more.

Platform: Microsoft Teams

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Friday, January 14 at 10:30am (AST) | Working in Canada as an International Student

Learn the IRCC policies around working full-time/part-time and who needs a medical exam.

Register here:

Platform: Microsoft Teams 

Types of Accommodations in Nova Scotia

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Watch this short video series to help you transition into your new home here in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

The city is served by Halifax Metro Transit, which operates standard bus routes as well as Halifax-Dartmouth Ferry Service. We prepared a couple of videos to help you learn your way around the city using our public transportation.

Public Transportation in Halifax Episode 1: How to plan your trip using Halifax Transit

The city is served by Halifax Metro Transit, which operates standard bus routes as well as Halifax-Dartmouth Ferry Service.

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Public Transportation in Halifax Episode 2: How to pay to use public transit

When it comes to food, Canada offers variety. As a multicultural nation, Canada offers all the foods you love, so you can easily feel at home. Fruit, vegetables, meat, bread, dairy products, non-alcoholic drinks and other household items are available at all the major grocery stores in Halifax. You can find some ethnic food items there as well. In Halifax, major grocery stores are often open seven days a week, some are open 24 hours. You can also find Asian, African, European and other specialty grocery stores in the city.

You can save money by using coupons and looking for deals in store flyers, which can be found at the grocery store’s entrance. Many grocery stores will also offer ‘price matching’ where they match, or beat, the lower advertised price at another store.

General Canadian Grocery Sores in Halifax

African and European Grocery Stores in Halifax

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