It has been six years since the Rodd Colony Harbour Inn in Yarmouth closed its doors, but it recently reopened them to help a local organization provide furnishings to young people and the president of Rodd Hotels and Resorts says the intention isn’t for the building to sit vacant forever. Click here for more.
In the Press
A tin processing plant is planned for 2018 on the site of the old Rio Algom tin mine, employing an improved method of extraction. Click here for more.
The federal government will provide $201,509 to help people with disabilities in western Nova Scotia develop job skills and gain hands-on work experience. Click here for more.
Renovations are underway at the Rodd Grand Hotel in Yarmouth as part of a $2-million investment in the facility recently announced... Click here for more.
The Yarmouth and Acadian Shores Tourism Association is looking to prepare a bid to host the Canadian cross-country championships, which YASTA says could have more than 500 competitors. Click here for more.
The 100 + Women of Yarmouth County Who Care will be celebrating a milestone meeting on March 7 at the Rodd Grand Hotel. For more click here.