Getting Here

Whether you’re travelling by car, train, bus, bike or on foot, we can help you get here. Sackville, New Brunswick, is located in the centre of Canada’s Maritime Provinces. We

Market Access

Sackville is central to all Maritime provinces. Discover easy access to lucrative markets, customers and global suppliers, by plane, train, ship and rail. Other ways Sackville is connected: Almost all

David Mossman Book Reading

Professor emeritus David Mossman commits to tell us all about life and times in the Maritimes during the rum-running era. The subject is that of his latest book OCEANS of

A By-law to Adopt a Municipal Plan [PDF]

Review Sackville is located in southeastern New Brunswick in the County of Westmorland, about 10 km from the Nova Scotia border and 42 km from Moncton. The twined Trans Canada Highway (TCH), which bisects the Town, provides easy access to areas outside the community, especially to the urban centres of Moncton and Amherst, Nova

Book Launch

The Tantramar Heritage Trust will be launching its newest publication,Atlas of Acadian Settlement of the Beaubassin 1660-1755, Mesagoueche and LaButte by Paul Surette on Saturday, April 30 at 2 p.m.

Atlantic Young Artist Competition

Four promising young classical musicians – one vocalist, one violinist, and two pianists – compete for a concert tour of the Atlantic Provinces. The public is invited to attend these

“Before the Leaves Turn”

The Tantramar Heritage Trust presents a performance of “Before the Leaves Turn” by Jamie Bradley. This new play about Tantramar and the Great War has been touring Nova Scotia and

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incorporated in 1903, Sackville is a historic and picturesque New Brunswick town that serves as a gateway to Nova Scotia and the Tantra- mar Marshes. A balanced mix of retail, professional and arts-related businesses, along with light to medium industry and traditional farming can be found in Sackville. Downtown’s central Bridge and York Streets

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