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Our Chapter


We call it home

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Our Chapter


We call it home

1378 Seymour Street in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia. The George B. Robertson House. It is not just our Chapter House. It is our home away from home. It is where we build friendships, contribute to our community and causes that matter to us, to and help one another reach our full potential. It is a place that we take pride in and want to share with those around us. Whether it be a study session in our library, a coffee house event, a barbecue on the back deck, or our famous annual Iron Phi/ALS Charity Road Hockey Tournament, there's always something good happening at Nova Scotia Alpha. 

We pride ourselves on standing firmly against hazing in all of our practices and safe and alcohol-free housing. We're proud to call this house our home, and we're proud to share it with our friends and parents- we ensure you you'll feel welcome. 

 

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Awards


Winners of the Housser Trophy

This year, our chapter was recognized by the General Headquarters of Phi Delta Theta for being the strongest Canadian chapter of Phi Delta Theta. We were also the recipients of the Gold Star award, GHQ trophy and the Bigger's ritual award. We attribute these achievements to our commitment to Brotherhood, our involvement in the Iron Phi program and our dedication to scholarship.

Awards


Winners of the Housser Trophy

This year, our chapter was recognized by the General Headquarters of Phi Delta Theta for being the strongest Canadian chapter of Phi Delta Theta. We were also the recipients of the Gold Star award, GHQ trophy and the Bigger's ritual award. We attribute these achievements to our commitment to Brotherhood, our involvement in the Iron Phi program and our dedication to scholarship.