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Sackville 250: A Celebration of Our Town 1762-2012

...Heritage Trust) By the time Nova Scotia was divided in 1784 to create the province of New Brunswick, the Town of Sackville was already well established. We were the first town in what became New Bru...

Summer Activities

...ails on the progress of the renovations, and updates on the ability of the public to access the park, please telephone 364-4955. Beech Hill Park This wooded area just off the Transcanada Highway Exit...

Yolanda Gutiérrez

...parque nacional Kejimkujik en Nova Scotia. Representa la leyenda de la gran ave mitológica Kulloo que premiaría con poderes mágicos al cazador que lograra atraparla. Imaginemos cuan d...

Education

...a, New Brunswick and Amherst, Nova Scotia. The College works on a membership basis with a small annual fee of $100. This is the only fee regardless of how many courses a member takes during the September to August membership year. Tel: (506) 364-2780 tsccoordinator@nbnet.nb.ca

Dr. Robert Hawkes

...to teaching. He has been an innovative leader in multimedia education, publishing two CD-ROM textbooks and developing tele-education programs." His research on the origins and nature of meteors, and ...

Getting Here

...ugh Sackville to points east (Nova Scotia) and west (Quebec, Ontario). 1-800-567-5151 Getting to Sackville by Rail VIA Rail Canada operates regular service to Sackville and points east (Halifax) a...

John Murchie

...Curator of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and a much sought after advisor for the Canada Council for the Arts. With much of his work focusing on humor, the environmentally conscious artist uses many ...

History

...rict, connecting Sackville to Nova Scotia across the Tantramar River. In 1839, Charles Frederick Allison donated money and land in the centre of town to establish the Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy, ...

Bill Hamilton

...nd at the university level in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Ontario, UK, and Australia, we're proud that Bill has come to call Sackville home. Years of teaching others taught him something too — ...

Attractions du patrimoine

...mation Office, Fort Lawrence, Nova Scotia. History of Middle Sackville Kiosk 1708 - 1995 Church Street at Trans-Canada Trail, Middle Sackville Fort Beauséjour Plaque 1750-1776 Fort Beauséjou...

Seniors' Programs

...c, New Brunswick and Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada. The mission of the college is to further the intellectual and cultural interests of its members in an enjoyable learning atmosphere. Any senior 50 o...

Robert (Bert) J. Robertson

...id in an admirable fashion. Builder Category: Sport Development Inducted May 25, 1991 Born in Quebec and raised in Nappan, N.S., the late R.J. (Bert) Robertson chose Sackville as his home. He arri...

Tantramar Heritage Trust

...ird", "When Yorkshire Came to Nova Scotia", and "Tastes of the Tantramar". These days the Trust is establishing the community's first museum, The Campbell Carriage Factory Museum. Recently acquired b...

Indu Varma

...Hilroy Fellowship Award for Innovation in Education (1992) and the national Marshall McLuhan Award for Excellence in Education (1991-1991). She received an award for the CD-ROM, Impressions of Canada,...

Chignecto Soil

...r individual farmers. With innovative thinking and a willingness to learn new techniques and try new crops, members of the Chignecto Soil and Crop Improvement Association are doing their part to ensure farming continues to be a driving force in the economic engine of the Tantramar area.

Tips for Mount Allison Students

...ls Listing. Banks Bank of Nova Scotia 536-2480 Royal Bank of Canada 536-1030 Transportation VIA Rail 1-800-835-3037 SMT Bus Lines 1-800-567-5151 Squire's Courtesy Cab 536-3118 Sackville Cab Co...

Women Driving Downtown

...8221; connecting Sackville to Nova Scotia, across the Tantramar River. Your vehicle would have been a coach, or a wagon, and if you were a woman, you likely would have been in the passenger’s se...

Business Advantages

...road and rail traffic between Nova Scotia and the rest of North America passes through Sackville's town limits. The Moncton airport is less than 25-minutes by car and is a regional centre for the air ...

Attractions naturelles

...son programme éducatif innovateur et à son sentier de randonnée de 2,5 km. Créé en 1997, il vise à promouvoir la protection des milieux humides par une éducation eff...

Natural Attractions

...etlands by participating in innovative educational programs or exploring the site's 2.5 km of trail. The centre was established in 1997 to promote wetland conservation through effective public educati...

Commercial Space

...al Owner willing to remodel/renovate 5,000 sq. ft. with potential for second floor 22 Crescent Street Contact Grace Nelson, Century 21 Realty Sackville, NB Tel. (506) 364-0021, Cell (506) 364-7800...

Market Access

...rail and road traffic between Nova Scotia and PEI passes through the Town limits. Halifax, Atlantic Canada’s largest city, and Saint John, the largest city in New Brunswick are a two-hour drive ...

Infrastructure

...al Owner willing to remodel/renovate 5,000 sq. ft. with potential for second floor 22 Crescent Street Contact Grace Nelson, Century 21 Realty Sackville, NB Tel. (506) 364-0021, Cell (506) 364-7800...

Workforce

...y encourages creativity and innovation. Educational attainment (Statistics Canada web site) In addition to the core population of Sackville, employers can access a work force of 150,000 living wit...

The Music Barn

...roup of volunteers to begin renovations. Brian’s roots are in farming – the Doncasters have farmed the Tantramar area for generations – but his primary interest was in music. His da...