Visit the Town of Stewiacke's Facebook page.
Mark your calendars: Fall Clean up - September 24, 2021
Service of Remembrance will be live here:
www.facebook.com/groups/162084731778930 and also available through some news outlets.
The Census has been painting a detailed picture of Canada's changing mosaic for over a century. As Statistics Canada prepares for its #2021Census, stay up to date on announcements, releases and more here: https://bit.ly/3dAIaPL
Access the Town of Stewiacke's Council Agendas and Minutes.
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.