Contact Us

Archives Advisor

Sharon Murray

Archives Advisor, CNSA
advisor@councilofnsarchives.ca

Under the direction of the Executive Committee, the CNSA's Archives Advisor:

  • Develops, delivers, and/or coordinates all CNSA courses and workshops
  • Provides advisory services to members including one-on-one advice on archival practice and site visits to member institutions
  • Oversees all CNSA services and supports for members 
  • Leads outreach and advocacy for the CNSA and liaises with cultural, heritage, and educational bodies
  • Helps promote the CNSA and MemoryNS, Nova Scotia's collective archival database

Office

Council of Nova Scotia Archives
5th floor, 6016 University Ave.
Halifax, NS, B3H 1W4

Hours

Monday-Thursday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Member Services Assistant

Heidi Schiller

Heidi sqare
admin@councilofnsarchives.ca

Under the direction of the Archives Advisor, the Member Services Assistant:

  • Supports the Archives Advisor in the administration and delivery of CNSA’s courses, workshops, AGM, and annual conference
  • Provides assistance with the delivery of the CNSA’s services for members
  • Assists with managing the CNSA’s website and social media channels

Office

Council of Nova Scotia Archives
5th floor, 6016 University Ave.
Halifax, NS, B3H 1W4

Hours

Wednesdays & Thursdays:
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

MemoryNS Support Specialist

Lisa Snider

LisaSnider
memoryns@councilofnsarchives.ca

Under the direction of the Executive Committee, the MemoryNS Support Specialist:

  • Provides MemoryNS support and advice to CNSA members
  • Administers the MemoryNS database
  • Provides individualized training to members as possible
  • Facilitates outreach to MemoryNS users, both contributors and consumers

The CNSA Office

The CNSA Office is located on the 5th floor of the Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management building. Visits are typically by appoinment only – please contact our Archives Advisor.

The CNSA respectfully acknowledges that the Council and its membership are located in Mi'kma'ki, which is the unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq. The CNSA staff, members of our committees, and our membership – we are all Treaty People.