The St. Martins and Sussex Neighborhood offers a multitude of activities for visitors in all four seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall! Read "Something for Everyone in Sussex & St. Martins!"
The City of Saint John is wrapped around the mouth of the Saint John River in southern New Brunswick. It is often called the air-conditioned city and is best known for its famous Reversing Falls. Read "The Air Conditioned City"
The Moncton neighbourhood truly offers something for everyone! From great golf courses to rich history, water slides to indoor rides, and shopping to hiking - this neighbourhood beckons the whole family. Read "A multitute of experience await in Moncton!"
Originally inhabited by the Mi’kmaq long before the year 1604 the Yarmouth area was known as “Keespongwitk” meaning “Lands End.” Read "Yarmouth: Lands End"
Colchester County is located in north central Nova Scotia and is made up of seven communities: Tatamagouche, Portapique, Great Village, Truro, Brookfield, and Stewiacke. Read "Colchester County – Truro Neighbourhood"
Cumberland County is located in the centre of the province of Nova Scotia and is the closest county to New Brunswick. This county consists of the Municipality of Cumberland, and the Towns of Amherst, Oxford, Parrsboro and Springhill. Read "Cumberland County – Chignecto Neighbourhood"
There is a town, a part of Charlotte County, that will catch and keep your attention. St. George (Granite Town) lies between St. Stephen and Saint John, a thirty-minute drive from Calais, Maine. Read "Scenic Route 790: St. George and the Harbour Villages"
Nova Scotia's Department of Tourism, Culture & Heritage has identified 44 geologically significant regions found throughout the Province of Nova Scotia. Read "44 Geologically Significant Sites in Nova Scotia"