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Nova Scotia Heritage Day - Service Centres Closed

In recognition of Nova Scotia Heritage Day, our three Service Centres will be closed on February 18, 2019. 

For information on Nova Scotia Heritage Day please click here

Tax Sale - March 26, 2019

Notice is hereby given that the following properties will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION by the Treasurer of the Municipality of the County of Cumberland on Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 10 a.m. unless, before the date of the tax sale, the total amounts as indicated are paid in full.  The Tax Sale will be held at the Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Center located at 6 Main Street, Springhill, Nova Scotia. 

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Job Posting: Emergency Vehicle Technician Mechanic

The Municipality of the County of Cumberland currently has a position available for an Emergency Vehicle Technician Mechanic

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Snowshoe lending program - Springhill

Snowshoe Lend Out Program

RFP-MCC-1804 LED Streetlighting - UPDATE 2

There is currently a request for proposal open for LED Streetlighting.

Any updates to this RFP will be posted on this website, under the procurement section and in the news feed.

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Rain and Wind Storm Update (Nov 4, 2018)

Cumberland Regional Emergency Management Coordinator Mike Johnson provides an update on the storm and damages throughout the county.

Photos included.

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Truro's Annual Walk In Our Boots Firefighter Challenge

Congratulations to members of the Westchester Volunteer Fire Department for their placing at the Annual Walk In Our Boots Firefighter Challenge held in Truro in September.

 

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PHYSICAL LITERACY AND LONG TERM ATHLETE DEVELOPMENT

Venue: Oxford Fire Station (107 Waverly Street)

Date: Thursday November 8, 2018      

Time: 6:00-8:00pm  

WORKSHOP:

An interactive workshop exploring the relationship between physical literacy, fundamental movement skills, and long-term athlete/participant development. An opportunity to share thoughts and practices on creating an engaging and active environment for youth.

FACILITATOR:

Michel Johnson is a professor of kinesiology at the Université de Moncton. He teaches in the areas of motor development and exercise prescription. Michel is also a fundamental movement skills learning facilitator for the National Coaching Certification Program and Physical and Health Education Canada.

REGISTRATION:

FREE WORKSHOP

REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 

Register today in person, by phone, or by email

"IN PERSON" refers to:

     - Dr. Carson & Marion Murray Community Centre in Springhill
     - Parrsboro Service Centre
     - Upper Nappan Service Centre

All registrations and inquiries should be directed to Rachael at (902)763-3025 or via email at .

These workshops are jointly offered through the Municipality of the County of Cumberland and the Town of Oxford.