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Heritage Advisory Committee Vacancy

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Town Council Meetings Update

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Nova Scotia Power-Commitment to Reliable Service

 

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https://www.nspower.ca/about-us/reliability

 

Friendly Reminder-Let us help spread the word!

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Nominate a Volunteer!

Do you know someone that is a resident of the Town of Shelburne that volunteers and deserves to be recognized?  Please email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Redefining Retirement

Redefining Retirement is a 5-part workshop series that helps older adults (typically 55+) answer the question: what am I going to do when I retire? In contrast to the many retirement programs that focus solely on finances, this program is about enabling older adults to determine how they will engage with their communities, deploy their skills, and connect with like-minded people once they ‘retire’. The program helps participants live fully and purposefully in their later years, to the benefit of all.

https://redefiningretirement.ca/

 

 

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Pay It Forward Day-January 12th, 2021

The Town of Shelburne recognizes January 12th, 2021 as Pay It Forward Day in memory of Carmen Faith Huskilson

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Shelburne Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Report

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Employment Opportunity-Public Works Operator

The Town of Shelburne is seeking applications from qualified experienced individuals for the position of Public Works Operator.

Duties of the position include:

  • Equipment operation and maintenance
  • Operating equipment in salting and snow clearing operations
  • Operating other equipment in day-to-day and construction operations
  • Assist with pipe laying operations
  • Cleaning and repairing of catch pits and manholes
  • Perform traffic control duties
  • Assist with the rebuild of streets and sidewalks
  • Assisting the water and wastewater utilities as needed
  • Operate light and/or heavy utility vehicles for various purposes
  • Other duties as directed

The successful candidate must:

  • Have a valid Nova Scotia driver’s license
  • Pass basic First Aid and WHMIS training (will be provided for the successful candidate)
  • Have the ability to work independently with little supervision

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Grade 12 education or equivalent GED
  • 1-2 years of experiences or equivalent

Applicants are invited to submit their resume in person to 168 Water Street in Shelburne or by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., by 29 January 2021.

For a more detailed job description or with other questions about the position, please contact Sarah Mattatall, Town of Shelburne, Manager of Admin & HR at (902) 875-2991 Ext 4.

Hours of work, benefits, and wages are pursuant to the current collective agreement. Please note, only those applicants receiving an interview will be contacted.

2021 Waste Collection Information

 

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Happy Holidays from the Town of Shelburne

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Canada-Nova Scotia Targeted Housing Benefit (CNSTHB)

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Seeking Audit Committee Members

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Tourism Accomodation Rebate Program

https://tourismns.ca/tarptrp

Information for Residents

Information for Residents of the Area

Election results

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