Calls from People Pretending to be the Canada Revenue Agency

Please SHARE, to save folks from falling for these scams. I’ve heard from many constituents that they’ve received phone calls from people pretending to be the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Some of the callers even tell them that a warrant is out for their arrest!! As a reminder, there are many, many scams out [...]

Souper Duper Soup Located in Dartmouth

Have you tried the donair soup from Souper Duper Soup in Dartmouth? Minister François-Philippe Champagne tried it on Friday and he loved it! Souper Duper Soup is located at 156 Ochterloney St in Dartmouth.

Sawmill River Daylighting Project at Sullivan’s Pond & Canal Greenway Park

When you tour Sullivan's Pond & Canal Greenway Park, and you see the Sawmill River Daylighting project - you understand why investing in good infrastructure matters! I was pleased to show Infrastructure Minister, François-Philippe Champagne the results of the Government of Canada investment to daylight Sawmill River and make improvements to the area. James [...]

Lake Bankook is Part of Dartmouth Culture

“This lake, the paddling community, it’s the identity of Dartmouth. It is. It’s absolute culture here. You never drive by this lake, when there’s not ice on it, that somebody’s not paddling, rowing, kayaking. This lake is so well used.” https://globalnews.ca/…/how-lake-banook-is-part-of-the-cul…/

The New Dartmouth Palm Trees

Have you seen the new Dartmouth palm trees yet? Shout out to the Shubenacadie Canal Commission and Lemon Dogs Tacos, Freezies and Lemonade! The Lockside Canteen in Shubie Park looks incredible.

Dartmouth Farmers’ Market at Alderney Landing on Saturdays

Do you go to the Dartmouth Farmers' Market at Alderney Landing on Saturdays? It's a big part of our weekend routine - and a Saturday doesn't feel like a Saturday without it! If you've never been there, you should go this weekend. There are so many wonderful vendors. Don't forget that every Sunday is [...]

Dartmouth’s First Ever Colour Festival

The first ever Dartmouth Colour Festival took place over the weekend. Folks played with colours, danced and listened to music. The event was all about spreading love and joy and was open to all ages! Fun!