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Shelburne, Nova Scotia

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codes of Canada B0T 1W0 area_code 902 (Area code 902) blank_name Access Routes blank_info '''Shelburne''' is a town located in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada. It is the seat of the Municipal District of Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia (municipal district)). History Early


Bridgewater, Nova Scotia

- Upper Tantallon (Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia) - Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia) - Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia) - Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)-Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) - Barrington Passage (Barrington, Nova Scotia) - Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) *20px (File:Nova Scotia 4.svg) Trunk 4 (Nova Scotia Trunk 4) -- Wentworth (Wentworth, Nova Scotia) - Truro (Truro, Nova Scotia) - New Glasgow, Nova Scotia New

- - Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia)- - Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (town)) - Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) - Oak Hill (Oak Hill, Nova Scotia) - Pleasantville - Upper LaHave (West LaHave, Nova Scotia) - Rose Bay (Rose Bay, Nova Scotia) - Riverport (Riverport, Nova Scotia) - East LaHave (East LaHave, Nova Scotia) - Crescent Beach - Petite Riviere - Broad Cove - Cherry Hill - Vogler's Cove - Mill Village - Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne, Nova Scotia Shelburne

) Lunenburg , Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia), Mahone Bay (Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia), Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), the five beaches surrounding Riverport (Riverport, Nova Scotia), and the fishing community of Peggy's Cove (Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia). The largest community in the region is the town of Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia), which is the commercial and industrial centre, although not a major tourism draw. Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) is second largest, with Liverpool and Lunenburg next. Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the host to several major music festivals and arts events, plus the Bluenose II, is generally considered to be the cultural capital of the South Shore, with Bridgewater its industrial centre. However, that is over-generalized, as several key industries, notably shipping and aerospace and software, have a presence in Lunenburg that exceeds that in Bridgewater. demo-cd HRM (Halifax Regional Municipality), Lunenburg County (Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia), Queens County (Queens County, Nova Scotia), Shelburne County (Shelburne County, Nova Scotia) demo-csd Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia), Clark's Harbour (Clark's Harbour, Nova Scotia), Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia), Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia), Mahone Bay (Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia), Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) .


Springhill, Nova Scotia

- Upper Tantallon (Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia) - Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia) - Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia) - Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)-Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) - Barrington Passage (Barrington, Nova Scotia) - Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) *22px (Image:NSRoute320.PNG) Route 320 (Nova Scotia Route 320): Arichat (Arichat, Nova Scotia) - D'Escousse (D'Escousse, Nova Scotia) - Poulamon, Nova Scotia Poulamon

Halifax (Halifax Urban Area) Dartmouth (Dartmouth, Nova Scotia) Springhill (Springhill, Nova Scotia) Kentville (Kentville, Nova Scotia) Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) Sydney (Sydney, Nova Scotia) Pictou (Pictou, Nova Scotia) Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) Port Hawkesbury (Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia) Truro (Truro, Nova Scotia) Middleton, Nova Scotia

, Nova Scotia Mahone Bay Stewiacke, Nova Scotia Stewiacke


Liverpool, Nova Scotia

- Parrsboro (Parrsboro, Nova Scotia) - Springhill (Springhill, Nova Scotia) , Amherst (Amherst, Nova Scotia) *20px (File:Nova Scotia 3.svg) Trunk 3 (Nova Scotia Trunk 3) -- Halifax (Halifax Urban Area) - Upper Tantallon (Upper Tantallon, Nova Scotia) - Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia) - Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia) - Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)-Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) - Barrington, Nova Scotia Barrington

) Lunenburg - Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) - Oak Hill (Oak Hill, Nova Scotia) - Pleasantville - Upper LaHave (West LaHave, Nova Scotia) - Rose Bay (Rose Bay, Nova Scotia) - Riverport (Riverport, Nova Scotia) - East LaHave (East LaHave, Nova Scotia) - Crescent Beach - Petite Riviere - Broad Cove - Cherry Hill - Vogler's Cove - Mill Village - Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) - Barrington Passage, Nova Scotia Barrington Passage

(town) Lunenburg , Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia), Mahone Bay (Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia), Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), the five beaches surrounding Riverport (Riverport, Nova Scotia), and the fishing community of Peggy's Cove (Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia). The largest community in the region is the town of Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia), which is the commercial and industrial centre, although not a major tourism draw. Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) is second largest, with Liverpool and Lunenburg next. Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the host to several major music festivals and arts events, plus the Bluenose II, is generally considered to be the cultural capital of the South Shore, with Bridgewater its industrial centre. However, that is over-generalized, as several key industries, notably shipping and aerospace and software, have a presence in Lunenburg that exceeds that in Bridgewater. Scott was raised in Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, and attended a number of higher-learning institutions, including St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish (Antigonish, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, Carleton University in Ottawa (Ottawa, Ontario), Ontario, the University of Winnipeg and the University of Manitoba. He worked as a financial-government analyst, and at one stage worked for the Auditor General of Canada. Scott also held membership in a number of environmentally-oriented groups, including the ''Naturalists Society'' and the ''Solar Energy Society of Canada''. ''Sackville'' continued in her escort role until starting an extensive refit in Liverpool, Nova Scotia in January 1943. She returned to service in April and was assigned to Escort Group C-1 where she remained until reassigned to a new group Escort Group 9 in July. The group was disbanded following the loss of three of its ships on 20–22 September and the ship assigned to group C-2, where the ship remained on Atlantic escort work until going for refit in Galveston, Texas in February 1944. demo-cd HRM (Halifax Regional Municipality), Lunenburg County (Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia), Queens County (Queens County, Nova Scotia), Shelburne County (Shelburne County, Nova Scotia) demo-csd Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia), Clark's Harbour (Clark's Harbour, Nova Scotia), Chester (Chester, Nova Scotia), Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Lunenburg (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia), Mahone Bay (Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia), Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) thumb 400px right A bridge in Liverpool, Nova Scotia Liverpool (File:Liverpool, Nova Scotia.JPG), crossing the Mersey River The '''Mersey River''', formerly known as '''Rivière Rossignol''' by the Acadians, is a river in Nova Scotia, Canada. It is named after the River Mersey in Liverpool, England. The river proper flows from the eastern end of Eleven Mile Lake in Annapolis County (Annapolis County, Nova Scotia) southward to Kejimkujik Lake (Kejimikujik Lake) in Kejimkujik National Park, then through Lake Rossignol to empty into the Atlantic Ocean at the town of Liverpool, Nova Scotia. The true source of the river however is as far northwest as Sandy Bottom Lake (Annapolis County (Annapolis County, Nova Scotia)) or Tuskopeake Brook (Annapolis County (Annapolis County, Nova Scotia)) on the northern tributary. '''Jillian Mouzar''' pronounced MOW-zer (born May 20, 1983 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia) is a Canadian (Canada) curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia (Halifax Regional Municipality). She currently plays lead for Kirsten Wall's Oakville, Ontario rink. JDI is also the largest shipbuilder in Canada with ownership of shipyards in Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality), Pictou (Pictou, Nova Scotia), Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia), and Georgetown (Georgetown, Prince Edward Island). Early life Born 21 February 1776 in Liverpool, Nova Scotia to the son of sea captain Joseph Barss (Joseph Barss (politician)) Sr. and Elizabeth Crowell. Barss' parents had married in 1773. They were one of the first families to settle in Liverpool, Nova Scotia. Barss was the second of fourteen children. In 1798 the Barss family built one of the largest homes in Liverpool. The house still stands today and is part of the Lane's Privateer Inn. It is located in the South Shore (South Shore (Nova Scotia)) region, bordered by the ridings of Lunenburg West, Shelburne (Shelburne (provincial electoral district)), and Digby Annapolis. It includes the towns of Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) and Caledonia (Caledonia, Nova Scotia). '''Milton, Nova Scotia''' is a village located immediately north of Liverpool, Nova Scotia in the Region of Queens (Region of Queens Municipality, Nova Scotia) Nova Scotia. The village is most well known for being the birth place of the international best selling author Margaret Marshall Saunders. Her most famous book was Beautiful Joe. In 1994, the Beautiful Joe Heritage Society was formed to celebrate the life and story of ''Beautiful Joe'' and the achievements of Margaret Marshall Saunders. The book is set in Meaford, Ontario, where the society has established a park dedicated to Beautiful Joe named Beautiful Joe Park. thumb View of Caledonia (File:Caledonia - Queens County.jpg) '''Caledonia, Nova Scotia''' is a village located in northern Region of Queens Municipality (Region of Queens Municipality, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia along Trunk 8 (Nova Scotia Trunk 8) (Kejimkujik Scenic Drive). It is about 30 miles north of Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia). 11 miles north of Caledonia, in Maitland Bridge,is the main entrance to Kejimkujik National Park. Caledonia is the major village in the area known as North Queens, which has a radius of approximately 20 miles and a population of approximately 1500. The N.F. Douglas lumber mill in Caledonia is one of the area's main employers. Other industries include forestry, farming, a blueberry processing operation, the Nova Scotia Liquor Commission outlet store and Kejimkujik National Park. North Queens School provides education from grades primary to twelve. The original settlers of Caledonia were six Scots and an Irishman, who settled on the seven hills in greater Caledonia, and the names in the area reflect this heritage. In 1884, Caledonia served as the hub for the gold rush in the nearby communities of Whiteburne and North Brookfield. Each September, Caledonia plays host to the Queens County Fair, which includes a parade, agricultural exhibition and midway. Raddall's first job was as a wireless operator on seagoing ships (including the famous cable ship CS ''Mackay-Bennett'' (CS Mackay-Bennett)), and at isolated wireless posts such as Sable Island. He later took a job as a clerk at a pulp and paper mill in Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, where he began his writing career. Raddall was a prolific, award-winning writer. He received Governor General's Awards for three of his books, ''The Pied Piper of Dipper Creek'' (1943 (1943 Governor General's Awards)), ''Halifax, Warden of the North'' (1948 (1948 Governor General's Awards)) and ''The Path of Destiny'' (1957 (1957 Governor General's Awards)). In 1971, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. Upon her purchase by the Government of New Brunswick ''Vacationland'' was renamed MV ''Fundy Paradise'' with the intention of using her for service between Blacks Harbour (Blacks Harbour, New Brunswick) and Grand Manan Island. Funding for making modifications to the docks at both terminals for accepting the ship was never approved and she was towed to the Steel and Engine Products Ltd. shipyard in Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia where she was mothballed until the Government of New Brunswick decided to dispose of her in 2001. Historical context – Atlantic Canada The 84th was tasked with defending British maritime provinces (Atlantic Canada) from American Revolutionary attacks by land and sea. Throughout the war, American privateers devastated the maritime economy by raiding many of the coastal communities. There were constant attacks by American privateers, Benjamin Franklin also engaged France in the war, which meant that many of the privateers were also from France. such as the Sack of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia (1782), numerous raids on Liverpool, Nova Scotia (October 1776, March 1777, September, 1777, May 1778, September 1780) and a raid on Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia (1781). Roger Marsters (2004). ''Bold Privateers: Terror, Plunder and Profit on Canada's Atlantic Coast" , p. 87-89. There was also a naval engagement (Naval battle off Cape Breton) with a French fleet at Sydney, Nova Scotia, near Spanish River, Cape Breton (1781). Thomas B. Akins. (1895) History of Halifax. Dartmouth: Brook House Press.p. 82 Colonel Simeon Perkins was born in Norwich, Connecticut, one of sixteen children of Jacob Perkins and Jemima Leonard. He came to Liverpool, Nova Scotia, in May 1762 as part of the New England Planter (New England Planters) migration to Nova Scotia. Converse, Charles Allen (1905). ''Some of the Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel Converse, Jr.'', Vol. II, pp. 833-34. Boston: Eben Putnam. In Liverpool, Perkins immediately began trading in fish and lumber and forged trading ties with New England, Newfoundland, Europe and the West Indies. Perkins House Museum Perkins' home in Liverpool, Nova Scotia is open to the public and guided tours are given from June until October. It was purchased by the Province of Nova Scotia and opened as part of the Nova Scotia Museum system at the suggestion of the author Thomas Raddall who lived in Liverpool. "Thomas Raddall Selected Correspondence: An Electronic Edition"


Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

thumb right Cod fishing on the Newfoundland Banks (Image:Newfoundlandcodfishing.jpg) The Banks dory type is very simple and efficient to produce making them well suited to mass production. By 1880, Bank dories were being built in large numbers in the Massachusetts towns of Gloucester, Beverly, Essex

left The Dory Shop Museum, seen on the right, in Shelburne, Nova Scotia. Father Le Loutre's War During Father Le Loutre's War, in 1749 he transferred again, to the 40th Foot. He participated in the Battle at Chignecto (1749) and then built Fort Lawrence on the south bank of the Missaguash River in the fall of 1750, and was promoted Lieutenant-Colonel the same year. In 1753, he directed the settlement of the Foreign Protestants at Lunenburg, Nova

Wolfville, Nova Scotia Wolfville


Canso, Nova Scotia

at Shelburne, Nova Scotia (1715), the Mi'kmaq raided the station and burned it to the ground. Geoffery Plank. An Unsettled Conquest. University of Pennsylvania. 2001. p. 76-77. In response, on 17–24 September 1718, Southback led a raid on Canso and Chedabucto (present-day community of Guysborough (Guysborough, Nova Scotia (community))) in what became known as the Squirrel Affair. Southack laid siege for three days

of present-day Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) (1715) and Canso (Canso, Nova Scotia) (1720). A generation later, Father Le Loutre's War began when Edward Cornwallis arrived to establish Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) with 13 transports on June 21, 1749. The framework Father Le Loutre's War is developed by John Grenier in his books ''The Far Reaches of Empire. War in Nova Scotia, 1710-1760''. (University of Oklahoma Press, 2008) and ''The first way of war

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New Glasgow, Nova Scotia

Scotia Lunenburg - Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)-Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) - Barrington Passage (Barrington, Nova Scotia) - Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) *20px (File:Nova Scotia 4.svg) Trunk 4 (Nova Scotia Trunk 4) -- Wentworth (Wentworth, Nova Scotia) - Truro (Truro, Nova Scotia) - New Glasgow (New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) - Antigonish (Antigonish, Nova Scotia) - Port Hawkesbury (Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia) - St

network was expanded further in 1993 to include service to Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia), Sydney (Sydney, Nova Scotia), New Glasgow (New Glasgow, Nova Scotia), and Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia). Throughout his career, Kesler has represented the United States at various international ice hockey tournaments. He first competed internationally at the 2001 World U-17 Hockey Challenge (World U-17 Hockey Challenge) in New Glasgow (New Glasgow, Nova Scotia) and Truro, Nova Scotia

, Nova Scotia Shelburne birth_place New Glasgow, Nova Scotia New Glasgow


Yarmouth, Nova Scotia

and Southwestern Railway was built along the south shore linking Yarmouth with Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia), Liverpool (Liverpool, Nova Scotia), Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia) and Halifax (City of Halifax) in the early 20th century; the H&SW was eventually merged into the Canadian National Railway (CNR). While iron-hulled steamships had led to the decline of Yarmouth's once-thriving wooden shipbuilding industry, they also made the port a vital connection between Nova

- Kenora, Ontario - CDL5 Doctor's Lake East Water Aerodrome Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia - - CDL6 Doctor's Lake West Water Aerodrome Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia - - CDU3 Yarmouth (Regional Hospital) Heliport (List of heliports in Canada#292) Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia - left thumb 180px Shelburne, Nova Scotia (Image:Shelburnecountymuseum.jpg) waterfront showing grey paint

finishes applied for the 1995 film. The film was shot in British Columbia on Vancouver Island in and around Campbell River BC. (Beaverlodge Lands *now Rockland Road and North Island College Timberline Secondary*,Lupin Falls and Myra Falls in Strathcona Provincial Park, Little Oyster River, and White River) and in the Nova Scotia towns of Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) and Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) in 1994. In Shelburne, the waterfront area was substantially altered to resemble a Puritan New England town in the mid-17th century. Some of the buildings on Dock Street retain the grey-tone paint finishes used for the film. death_date '''Yarmouth''' is a provincial electoral district (electoral district (Canada)) in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It consists of the Municipality of the District of Yarmouth (Yarmouth (municipal district), Nova Scotia) and the town of Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia). Fishing and fish processing continue to drive the economy here, although tourism and small manufacturing are now also employers. The largest town in the district is Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia). Personal life Endicott was born in Golden (Golden, British Columbia), British Columbia in 1958, grew up in Halifax (City of Halifax) and Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, and Toronto (Toronto, Ontario), Ontario. She worked as an actor before moving to London, England, where she began to write fiction. Returning to Canada in 1984, she went west to Saskatoon and worked in theatre as a director (theatre director) and dramaturge. She was for many years the dramaturge of the Saskatchewan Playwrights Centre. In 1992 she went farther west with husband Peter Ormshaw to Mayerthorpe (Mayerthorpe, Alberta), Alberta, on his first posting with the RCMP; Ormshaw has also had two careers, first as a poet then as a Mountie - Wall Street Journal p. W3, 2 April 2010 they have since lived in Cochrane and Edmonton, and have two children: Will (1993) and Rachel (1996). They presently (2012) live in Edmonton, Alberta. In 2002, the Truro Bearcats played in their first Fred Page Cup as the host squad, They made two other appearances as MJAHL champions, one in 2005, at a tournament hosted in Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) Nova Scotia, and one in 2007 Saint-Jérôme (Saint-Jérôme, Quebec) Quebec. The Bearcats have never played in a Fred Page Cup final. It is located in the western part of the province and connects Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia) with Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) via the Annapolis Valley. It was known for many year as "the Post Road". The route runs parallel to, and in some places has been replaced by, Highway 101 (Nova Scotia Highway 101). Trunk 1 often forms the main street in communities that Highway 101 bypasses. At Weymouth (Weymouth, Nova Scotia), Trunk 1 re-appears, and continues south along the coast through the Municipality of Clare (Clare, Nova Scotia) to its end in downtown Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) on Main Street at the ferry terminal to Bar Harbor (Bar Harbor, Maine), Maine where it meets the Trunk 3 (Nova Scotia Trunk 3). Originally named '''Kingston Station''', the village was located on the Halifax (City of Halifax)-Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) main line of the Dominion Atlantic Railway and developed into a local service and light manufacturing centre. History The community was first known as Nine Mile River after the river in the centre of the community which fed several early mills. The St. Margaret's Bay Road was routed through the village in the mid 19th century, relocated for an earlier location further south. Several hotels were established to cater to travelers and later sportsmen and the Nine Mile River was crossed by an arched stone bridge which still survives, one of the only surviving stone bridges in Nova Scotia. After the arrival of the Halifax and Southwestern Railway in 1904, the community was referred to as Bowser's Station, after Angus Bowser, who ran a hotel near the area's train station near Greenwood Heights. It was renamed Timberlea in 1922 to reflect the importance of the forest and lumbering. Alfreda Withrow, ''One City, Many Communities'', Nimbus Publishing, Halifax (1999), p. 169 Aubrey Fraser was an early settler in the area, and he, his father and brothers stationed a saw mill along the Nine Mile River. Almost a decade following the Halifax Explosion, the Bowser's Hotel was sold to Mr. and Mrs. William Miller. It had been a frequent stop for people traveling along the St. Margaret's Bay Road, between Halifax (City of Halifax) and Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia). The Hotel was leveled in a fire, on the night of December 12, 1947. Until the early 1990s, it was a semi-rural, fairly close-knit community. Subsequently, several large developments such as Greenwood Heights have substantially increased the population, and it is now mostly a suburban community.


Antigonish, Nova Scotia

Lamb attended Edmonton County Grammar School, and later Lamb joined the oil industry, which resulted in him working in Libya and Canada, where he attended St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. This developed his amateur interest in acting into a professional level, performing at Canada's Stratford Festival (Stratford Shakespeare Festival) in 1975–76.


Amherst, Nova Scotia

, Nova Scotia Carleton - Welshtown (Welshtown, Nova Scotia) - Shelburne (Shelburne, Nova Scotia) *22px (Image:NSRoute204.PNG) Route 204 (Nova Scotia Route 204): Amherst (Amherst, Nova Scotia) - Brookdale (Brookdale, Nova Scotia) - Salem (Salem, Nova Scotia) - East Leicester (East Leicester, Nova Scotia) - Oxford (Oxford, Nova Scotia) - Birchwood (Birchwood, Nova Scotia) - Streets Ridge (Streets Ridge, Nova Scotia) via valley

Hawkesbury Yarmouth (Yarmouth, Nova Scotia) cdivision Cumberland County (Cumberland County, Nova Scotia) muns


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