Community Interest

Grand Lake/Oakfield Historical Society

This Facebook page is run by Director Barend Kamperman. This site is a comprehensive collection of the history of our great Community. Check it out.

Halifax Regional Municipality

Check out what is going on all over the Municipality. Double check you Garbage and Blue bag pickup rotation as well. halifax.ca 


Laurie Park

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Lots of Family fun is to be had at this park. The newly renovated camping side is a great place to stay, with its walking trails, view of Grand Lake and picnicing areas you will never want to leave.

To see more on this park or to make your reservations click here.

Oakfield Park

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This park is a great day trip destination. Bring your blanket and picnic basket and sit upon the hill to watch over the sand and blue waters. Boaters can  launch into the waters of Grand Lake for a day of wet fun. This park also features great walking trails. 
More information 


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Fall River Community Portal

The community of Fall River's website has very usefull information on events going on at venues around Fall River. mefallriver.ca

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Baseball for all ages

Check it out today!

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Politicians Working for our Community

 
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Bill Horne - MLA

Bill Horne was first elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly as MLA for Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank in 2013.

He is a retired federal public servant having worked in Environment Canada for many years and is now an active volunteer.

He is Chair of the Human Resources Committee, and Vice Chair of the Law Amendments Committee. He is a member of the Resources Committee.  

For more information visit www.billhorne.ca



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Barry Dalrymple - Councillor

Barry Dalrymple was elected to Halifax Regional Council in October 2008 to represent District 2 – Waverley-Fall River-Beaver Bank. Barry was born and raised in Fall River and grew up in Windsor Junction. Upon returning to Nova Scotia 14 years ago he now resides in Wellington with his two sons, Garry (25) and Scott (21). Barry joined the RCMP at age 19 and served for 32 years, the first 21 were in Manitoba and in 1996 he returned to Nova Scotia and served at both the Enfield and Windsor RCMP Detachments before retiring in 2006. During his career in the RCMP Councillor Dalrymple was a Detachment Commander, Operational NCO, served for 5 years on the Major Crime Unit and in various plain clothes Sections.

For more information visit www.barrydal.ca