01 Oct 2014 - 31 Oct 2014Mi'kmaq History Month - 21st Year in Nova Scotia!
20 Oct 2014 - 26 Oct 2014Province Marks Municipal Awareness Week
25 Oct 2014 10:00 AM - 2:00 PMFarmers Market Harvest Time
The Town of New Glasgow has lowered its flags along the New Glasgow Riverfront in tribute, gratitude and in memory of fallen soldiers Cpl. Nathan Cirillo and WO Patrice Vincent, taken from us far too young through ruthless violent acts. We salute and pay tribute to all in uniform who serve our communities and our nation and who keep us safe and protected in a free and united Canada.
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Settled: 1784 and named for Glasgow, ScotlandIncorporated: 1875Population: 9,562 Area: 2,689 acres (including river)
Residential Tax: $1.82 per $100.00Commercial Tax: $4.40 per $100.00Meter Base Charge: $42.46 Water Rate: $0.7985 per cubic meterSewer/Pollution Rate: $0.91 per cubic meterSignature Flower: Day Lily (view)
New Glasgow is a beautiful riverside town of 9,562 residents, located in northern Nova Scotia, which serves as the commercial-service centre for the region of Pictou County with a population of 45,643. The Town’s key strategies are investment in infrastructure, commercial development, environmental stewardship, downtown revitalization, cultural, diversity, strategic partnerships and regional cooperation, health and safety, the creative economy and healthy lifestyles. These combined with strong core services and enhanced communications set the stage for commercial, environmental, tourism, heritage and social sustainability and growth for New Glasgow.
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