Street Repair Project
Created: Friday, 03 September 2021 12:25
The Town of Shelburne is accepting quotes for skim coating and road patching for our upcoming street repair project. The Town of Shelburne is looking to repair various streets throughout the town. The project is to start and to be completed this fall.The Town of Shelburne is seeking prices:Per tonne for spreader work; andPer tonne for handwork.Quotes are to be returned to the Town of Shelburne office (office hours: Monday -Friday, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm) at 168 Water St, or mailed to P.O. Box 670, Shelburne, NS, B0T 1W0 clearly marked “Street Repair Project” and to be submitted no later that 2:00 pm, Friday, September 17th, 2021.The Town of Shelburne reserves the right to reject any or all bids, not necessarily accept the highest bid, or accept any bid which may be considered to be in its best interest.
Created: Wednesday, 04 August 2021 10:43
HMCS Oriole calling in to Shelburne, N.S. as part of Centennial Atlantic Canada Tour
August 1, 2021– Department of National Defence / Royal Canadian Navy
HMCS Oriole, the sail training vessel of the Royal Canadian Navy will be in Shelburne, N.S. supporting the Centennial Cup Yacht Races from Aug 6 - 9, 2021.
This year marks an exceptional time for HMCS Oriole as the ship celebrates its 100th anniversary. Looking to share this experience with Canadians, HMCS Oriole is sailing throughout Atlantic Canada making several port visits. At each stop, the public is welcome to come see the ship, meet the crew and share any stories they may have about sailing with Oriole. The ship will be at anchor and supporting race activities but viewable to the public from shore.
Oriole was built for the Gooderham family in 1921 and launched on June 4 the same year, in Ontario. During the Second World War, the ship was chartered by the Navy and eventually moved to Halifax as a training vessel, proving highly valuable in this role. Oriole was commissioned into the Navy in 1952 and moved to the west coast where the ship would spend the next 60 years. In 2017, Oriole sailed around through the Panama Canal and back to Halifax where it is now based.
Acting Sub-Lieutenant Scott Ferris
Public Affairs Officer HMCS Oriole
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