Clerk Treasurer's Office:
  •        Closed until September 15th
  • 902 243 2946



    Visitor Information Centre

     Pugwash Village Hall

    9am to 6pm
    Monday to Thursday
    9am to 8pm
    Friday and Saturday
    11am to 4pm
    M-F 9am to 12pm
    Friday: 3:30pm-8pm
    Saturday: 1-6pm
    ph: 902 243 3020


    Next Regular     Commission Meeting
    Monday, September 15th at 7pm


    The Ivany Report


    Funding application form



    Gathering Of  The Clans  

    2014 HarbourFest

    Mackerel Tournament


    Communities In Bloom

    Village Strategic Plan

    Pugwash and Area Master Plan

    North Shore Community Coordination Project

    Cumberland County monthly newsletter



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    Village of Pugwash

    Gathering of the Clans


    Friends of the Pugwash Estuary

    Hospital Auxiliary Thrift Shop

    Pictorial History of Pugwash and surrounding area

    Pugwash and Area Community Health Board

    Sport Pugwash



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    Discover the Northumberland Shore  here


    Tidal Information

    Fisheries and Oceans Canada



    Click on the aerial picture of the Village to view a map


    Click here for map of  central Nova Scotia

    Click here for "A Perfect Balance" video about Cumberland County



    Village Commissioners
    Kathy Redmond (Chair) - 902 243 2606

    Roger Mundle (vice Chair) - 902 243 2042

    Dave Farley - 902 243 3284

    Christie Blackie 902 243 3308
    Charlie Gould - 902 243 3493


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    Landfill site is on the Irishtown Road. Open Tuesdays and Saturdays 8:30am to 4pm

     Pick up Schedule 2014   County solid waste newsletter 2013



    Pugwash is an exciting and vibrant village on the North Shore of Nova Scotia offering a variety of activities. Shoppers have a selection of unusual gift stores including Seagull Pewter and Basic Spirit outlets. For art lovers we have The Mixed Palette art group, the Jean Wallace Gallery and Horton House Gallery. Outdoors people can swim at one of our many fine beaches, hike our trails or golf at one of Canada’s top one hundred courses.

    Natural elements abound, leaving first time visitors in awe. Even local people, who see seasons come and go, marvel at the natural beauty. Mild winters slide into spring then give way to endless summers ... warm water, beautiful days, and crystal clear night skies. Don't forget Indian summer. Its warm days and cool nights are perfect for enjoying stunning fall colours.

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