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Spring is here and we look forward to the upcoming tourism season. I invite you to check out all things local and in particular the Explore Central NS website - Explorecentralns.ca. Here you will find the ultimate guide to Central Nova Scotia. The website has been created into categories showcasing Adventure, Culture & Heritage, Family, Nature, Taste and where to Stay. This is a great tool to help you plan your “staycations” or promote your business. This summer a booklet will be produced and distributed to visitor information centres all across the province. In addition, there will be an interactive digital version.
The Town and Business & Tourism Committee are proud and excited to be a part of this project promoting our area. This project is led by the Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce, Towns of Stewiacke and Truro, County of Colchester, Millbrook First Nation and Downtown Truro Partnership.
Susan Creelman, Councillor and Chair of Business & Tourism Committee.
Effective immediately, the Town Hall will resume regular business hours.
The Town Hall will be open to the public from Monday to Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Dale A. Bogle,
Town of Stewiacke
Your garbage collection schedule can be found here - https://www.colchester.ca/collection-schedule
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Find out what's going on in Stewiacke.
Our goal as a Town is to provide all community members with the opportunity to grow physically and mentally through living a healthier more active life.
In the early 1900’s the chief of the Micmac’s at Millbrook said the native name for this place was pronounced “Ah-seed-ee-a-waac” which means “place where the sands move” which then slurred to “Stew-aack” then pronounced as we pronounce it today.