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In the News (Tue 16 Jul 19)

  May 26   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It was agreed that the proposed Development Agreement for 421 LaHave Street and the concerns with respect to the LaHave Street South upgrade would be dealt with at the beginning of the meeting.
Lane stated that the applicant had worked diligently to provide visual access to the river by way of windows on the river-side of the building, better access to the trail had been provided, as well as clearer delineation of the trail to attract users to the facility.
Ritchie spoke of the LaHave River Development Area, and advised he did not think that there is compliance with the Development Agreement as it does not sufficiently recognize the LaHave River.
www.town.bridgewater.ns.ca /Minutes/2003/may26.htm   (4396 words)

 SouthShoreFlyFishing.Com...LaHave Angling Opportunites
When the river closes in late May for fly angling only, the number of anglers reduce and a few evenings you may be lucky enough to have a shad run to yourself.
The smallmouth population on the LaHave is peaking.
Fishing for striped bass on the LaHave was not a popular fishery but for those whom had success, they gained a little local notoriety.
users.eastlink.ca /~jbheim/lahave.html   (1472 words)

 LaHave Islands Marime Museum - Riverport
Riverport was one of the closest fishing ports to the LaHave Islands.
It was located on the eastern side of the LaHave River and was a frequent destination for men from the Islands looking for work on fishing schooners out at sea.
Because of this, it was common for people from the LaHave Islands to move to Riverport, and many men wound up married to women from the town on the opposite banks of the river.
www.auracom.com /limms/riverport.html   (198 words)

 Shipping - LaHave River, Bridgewater, N.S.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In the first part of the 1900's, the port in Bridgewater was a busy community, with the port hosting a wide variety of International ships.
Below is a true copy of those records, listing all the ships that came to the LaHave River during that first quarter century.
Note: When reviewing the ships that arrived in the LaHave River, we first thought when it listed the Captain followed by "from", that it was the home of the Captain, however after reviewing the entire records, the "from" location is where the vessel came from before arriving in the LaHave River.
www.tallships.ca /shipping   (400 words)

One of the highlights was when eleven couples from LaHave River Ramblers and four couples from Timberlea Twirlers enjoyed a wonderful day in July of dancing outdoors, delicious food, great hospitality, and adventurous ferry ride to Little Tancook Island.
The LaHave River Ramblers - were asked to be the entertainment on Little Tancook Island at the fund raising dinner for the "First Responders" on the Island.
The LaHave River Ramblers are dancing in Wileville, at the Fire Hall on Thursdays with caller Barry Bendle.
www.chebucto.ns.ca /Culture/SRDFNS/southshore.html   (1984 words)

 LaHave Vacation Rentals Duplex 2BR, Waterview, South Shore / LaHave, Nova Scotia Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Royal Bank of LaHave is a wonderful small-family or two-couple rental, on the Lighthouse Route, on the South Shore of Nova Scotia.
The junction of river and sea is especially beautiful as green fields line the meandering and widening river's approach to the sea.
The interior of this near-island is filled with rivers, streams, mountains, and valleys that whisper an outdoor song to those who want to get away from it all.
www.a1vacations.com /royal/1   (1812 words)

 News Release   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
To respect conservation concerns, the facility will be operated mostly at night so it won't impede the upstream movement of other migratory or indigenous fishes and all fish not required for biological sampling will be released to continue their migration.
This information is used to assess the status, potential and population trend of Atlantic salmon in the LaHave River and in Salmon Fishing Area 21 (the "South Shore" of Nova Scotia).
DFO Science Branch functions in the LaHave River are directed by biologist Peter Amiro while technician Eric Jefferson and assistant Victor Jordan conduct the field operations there.
www.mar.dfo-mpo.gc.ca /communications/maritimes/news96e/m96020.htm   (415 words)

 Windhorse Farm - Water   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The LaHave River watershed is one of the largest in Nova Scotia and it has the healthiest population of Atlantic Salmon outside of Cape Breton.
Of course, the health of the river is a direct reflection of the health of the forest in the watershed.
This tributary to the LaHave River is relatively undisturbed by human activity.
www.windhorsefarm.org /map/the_water.htm   (491 words)

 Fundy Flotilla, 2002   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Not everyone made it past the LaHave River, as a number of boats planned to remain in Nova Scotia and either cruise independently or with buddy boats to Halifax, the Bras d'Or, Yarmouth, and farther.
The LaHave River is also likely to have a new marina for the 2003 season, or at least that's the plan of the developers, who are the same group (the Artificial Reef Society) that is using a government wharf for docking the aforementioned destroyer, HMCS Fraser.
And at the head of the river Ð a short hike from where the new marina will be Ð is the commercial center of the area, the town of Bridgewater.
www.pointseast.com /fundy2002/index.shtml   (1402 words)

 Shipping - LaHave River, Bridgewater, N.S.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
May 3, 1925 - Barquentine "Maid of England" 583 tons hailing from Weymouth, N.S. Captain Rangdale, from Turks Island bound to LaHave with a cargo of salt.
Captain Lenniman, from Sonora, Gruys County bound to Upper LaHave to load pulpwood for Newport News.
Captain Tellefren, from Windsor, N.S. bound to Bridgewater to load baled wood pulp for Chester, Pa. Steamed to wharf at Bridgewater.
www.tallships.ca /shipping/1925.htm   (388 words)

 30 acre LaHave River E Map
Given that many were along coastlines or rivers, some of the lots were greater than 30 acres.
LaHave River A, B, C, D, E, F, G
The Map of All 30 acre Lots shows where this Division is located relative to other Land Grants.
www.seawhy.com /lg30lhe   (192 words)

 Recreation - Bridgewater, Nova Scotia - Bridgewater Development Association
Bike along the LaHave River heading for the open sea on either the east or West Side of the river.
With the lovely LaHave River running through it, the Bridgewater area is also virtually surrounded by water.
On the west bank of the LaHave River at the south end of town Shipyards Landing offers residents and visitors the opportunity to enjoy a picnic lunch in the shade and watch the boats, or launch watercraft from the slipway.
www.smartbridgewater.ca /recreation.htm   (608 words)

 Creaser's Cove Boat Tours - Riverport - Nova Scotia
Enjoy a leisurely cruise along the picturesque LaHave River from its mouth to The Centennial Town of Bridgewater, its farthest navigable point.
The LaHave River Yacht Club and one of four cable ferries in Nova Scotia.
The most adventurous traveller may wish to explore outside the confines of the LaHave River in search of beautiful scenery,seals basking in the sun, harbour popoises playing, various seabirds in search of food and possibly even a whale or eagles.
users.eastlink.ca /~creaser/info.htm   (248 words)

 CBC News: Woman and wharf go rolling on Nova Scotia river
Laurenda Reeves went out to try to secure her small wharf after she noticed it was being damaged in the storm, which featured winds gusting at up to 100 km/h.
As she was on the wharf, it broke away and began drifting down the LaHave River.
Reeves was able to stay on the wharf and get to the other side of the river without falling into the water, although she did get wet from the chilly waves.
www.cbc.ca /story/canada/national/2004/12/28/wharf041228.html   (202 words)

 FOURTH GENERATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
She was baptized on 11 Apr 1783 in Zion Lutheran Church, Lunenburg, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Lost at sea between LaHave River and Halifax when schooner lost in storm.
was born on 25 Jul 1808 in LaHave, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
www.people.cornell.edu /pages/pbh6/HIRTLES/d187.htm   (137 words)

 Coastal Communities Network -BACK ISSUE..Volume 1. Issue 5.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
When rumours started circulating around the small south shore communities of Riverport and LaHave that their cable ferry service was to be shut down, residents couldn't believe what they were hearing.
Don Zwicker, a municipal councillor with the District of Lunenburg, and a resident of East LaHave, was one of the first to hear the rumours.
The LaHave ferry is one of a network of seven ferries operated by the Nova Scotia Department of Transportation and Communications.
www.coastalcommunities.ns.ca /v1_i5.html   (10228 words)

 Charbonneau's Cruise Through Nova Scotia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
With even the cruising chute sagging in the near-extinct winds, we found ourselves motoring towards the LaHave River the following day.
One highlight of the visit was a hike around Gaff Point, which overlooks the entrance to the LaHave River to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the south.
Known throughout Nova Scotia for its wonderful breads and pastries, no trip to LaHave is complete without purchasing some of the bakery's tasty treats.
www.sailcharbonneau.com /NovaScotia.htm   (2093 words)

 Town of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bridgewater is a thriving town straddling the LaHave River.
With hundreds of lakes, rivers and streams as well as its long coastline, water plays a predominant role in our lifestyle.
Step back in time where working fishing villages have stayed much the same for a hundred years to modern, growing towns, we enjoy a quality of life many would be envious of.
www.town.bridgewater.ns.ca   (509 words)

 Lesley Armstrong Fine Wovens - LaHave Workshops - Introduction   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Join us in the beautiful coastal village of LaHave this summer to learn new skills or further develop your skills in weaving, rug braiding, spinning, and tapestry.
The aim of the LaHave Summer Workshops is to offer people of all ages and from all walks of life a comfortable and engaging studio environment where everyone can learn and be challenged in the field of textiles.
The workshop studio is housed on the second floor of the historic and rustic LaHave Outfitters, a commercial centre in a turn-of-the century wooden building sitting on the LaHave River, near where the river opens into the Atlantic Ocean.
www.lesley.ca /lahave/intro.shtml   (209 words)

 Our Friends -- Paul and Marg Cassel
They recently relocated from Middle LaHave Nova Scotia, where they owned century home beside a picturesque cove along the LaHave River.
Paul took these photos during a recent visit with the Campbell-Harts prior to their return to Ontario where we toured Lunenburg and Peggy's Cove.
Their home in Middle LaHave was minutes away from Lunenburg and Peggy's Cove where one can never visit just once.
www.kw.igs.net /~pcassel/friends.html   (307 words)

 Nova Scotia Real Estate, Oceanfront Land Nova Scotia - Oceanfront
Covered with mature spruce trees and carpeted with a thick moss floor, the property is adjacent to a salt marsh.
The location is halfway between Riverport and the LaHave River Cable Ferry in an area of fine homes.
Pass the LaHave Ferry and proceed another +/- 1.5 km.
www.duckworth-realestate.com /viewland.php?dbid=17   (180 words)

Bridgewater [pop 7351], straddling the LaHave River, sometimes called the Rhine of Nova Scotia, enjoys a prosperous secure lifestyle in the center of some of the regions finest beaches and parks.
Also in town is the Wile Carding Mill, a historic site that was preserved by the Nova Scotia Museum and offers an opportunity to see how this industry was once operated.
Whether you travel inland, along the LaHave as it winds its way towards New Germany before splitting into smaller branches or head for the open sea along either, the east or west side, be ready for some of this area's most spectacular scenery.
www.ssta.com /textpage/bridgewa.htm   (140 words)

 Nova Scotia Cottages and Vacation Rentals: Crescent Beach Cottages, Lunenburg County
Prior to 1957, the beach was the only means for the LaHave Island residents to go by foot, horse and wagon or vehicle to Bush Island; and of course they could only go at low tide.
Experience the scenic LaHave River from the historical LaHave cable ferry (vehicle and/or passenger ferry).
Strong community spirit is demonstrated by active volunteer organizations such as the fire department, LaHave Island Marine Museum, church auxiliaries and our Friends of Crescent Beach, Green Bay and Area Society.
www.crescentbeachcottages.com /thearea.php   (654 words)

 Snyder's Shipyard Limited   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Snyder's Shipyard Limited on the LaHave River in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia had been building and repairing boats of all sizes for over 50 years.
Snyder's Shipyard Limited is located on the beautiful east side of the LaHave River at Dayspring, 12 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean.
At our location, we have a dock with a depth of 20 feet.
sudoremont.org.ua /dir/13.html   (427 words)

 Submissions - Ron S. Seney - Lahave River Watershed Enhancement Foundation
The Executive Committee of the LaHave River Watershed Enhancement Foundation welcomes the opportunity to express our views on the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act.
Because ACOA funding was sought in the construction of this golf course, a review was carried out by Public Works Canada.
Rhodenizer Lake and Rhodenizer Brook were seriously impacted by massive deposits of silt, as was the estuary of the LaHave River.
www.ceaa.gc.ca /013/001/0002/0004/0001/lahave_e.htm   (335 words)

 Nova Scotia Bicycle Tour - Day 6 Sable River to the Ovens
I got up early and was on the road at 7:30 AM.
I stopped for snack at a bakery in West LaHave while waiting for the ferry.
There is no charge for cyclists on any of the small ferries operated by the Province of Nova Scotia.
www.tomswenson.com /NSday6.htm   (536 words)

 Canadian Dragon Photo Album: A Photography Art Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
My parents purchased a new cottage, so Jason, myself, my parents and three brothers all went down for the last time to The Camp, a family cottage we've shared with my Aunts and Uncles.
The new cottage is situated on the LaHave River, on 2.5 acres of land.
The river is big enough that you can pretty much swim in it, and they have deeded access to a private beach on the lake, about a 5 minute walk away.
www.canadiandragon.com /photo_recent3.html   (168 words)

 Welcome to the Nova Scotia House   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Watch sailboats come and go where the beautiful tidal LaHave River meets the Atlantic Ocean.
Be at home in our classic century home, just a stroll from the famous LaHave Bakery (featured in Where to Eat Canada) and cable ferry.
Only 5 minutes from gorgeous Crescent and Risser’s beaches and the LaHave Yacht Club.
novascotiahouse.com   (105 words)

 Remax South Shore   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
This 7.4 acre lot is located on LaHave Mountain near the popular LaHave Bakery and the LaHave Cable Ferry.
Beat the summer heat of the town of Bridgewater and yet far enough up river to escape the fog.
For boating enthusiasts, LaHave River Yacht Club is only 5 minutes away.
remaxsouthshore.ca /0369.htm   (90 words)

 LaHave River Campground - -, Nova Scotia
LaHave River Campground --> Campground Owner or Operator
If you would like to have a user name and password to update your listing, or have forgotten your user name and/or password, please
Contact Us and we will provide you with your user name and password.
www.campsource.ca /parks/campgroundowners.aspx?parkid=3433   (45 words)

 Real Estate - Bridgewater, Nova Scotia - Bridgewater Development Association
There are two modern, land leased communities, LaHave Heights and Eisenhauer Place.
Additionally, Bridgewater has several manufactured home retailers, some condominiums and others in development and a number of excellent local general contractors who can assist with renovation and custom construction on serviced lots.
Nearby, your housing options include a home or cottage on a pristine lake, along the LaHave River, or direct oceanfront, all within minutes from the many services available in Bridgewater.
www.smartbridgewater.ca /realestate.htm   (206 words)

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