New Glasgow Area

New Glasgow

New Glasgow, the "Little Town", is a town in Pictou County, situated on the banks of the East River of Pictou. Its at the centre of the province's fourth largest urban area that includes the smaller adjacent towns of Stellarton, Westville, and Trenton. The award winning New Glasgow Jubilee features popular local and national musical acts. ...
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New Glasgow Blog Posts from the Web

Beaches, Bridges & Wildlife - Camping Northumberland Shore
By BayOfFundy - Sep-23-2013 - novascotia.com
Being a man, I am not sure I am allowed to say this, but I figure camping can be a lot like child birth. You sometimes have to go through a lot of pain for great reward. As time passes you forget about the pain, only to do it all over again.... Read More
Pictou County Pizza
By lasteeleworthy - Aug-21-2013 - novascotia.com
Guest Post by Gillian Wesley and Drew Moore, The Local Traveler I am fully aware of the fact that people everywhere, and I mean around the world everywhere, make bold claims that the pizza from their hometown is the best pizza you could... Read More
The Hector Exhibit Centre & Archives in Pictou
By yogie - Nov-30-2011 - novascotia.com
On a cool Tuesday morning, Brendan and I left Halifax for Pictou. This three day trip would take us from Pictou to Antigonish and then along the Marine Drive to Guysborough. Our first stop was at a gas station near Westville to fill up on... Read More
The Samson Trail - New Glasgow
By The Local Traveler - Sep-22-2014 - halifaxbloggers.ca
Ever since our 10 Fall Day Trips Within Two Hours of Halifax post went live, I've had tons of people asking about the location of the header photo - the charming bridge foot path in New Glasgow. That bridge is part of the Samson Trail in New... Read More
Uncle Leo's - Lyon's Brook
By The Local Traveler - Jan-15-2014 - halifaxbloggers.ca
Named one of 11 of the best new Canadian breweries by Huffington post (2013), Uncle Leos is the dream of Karl and Rebecca Whiffen. Karl grew up in Newfoundland, in a remote out port where his great-uncle Leo ran a general store. Leo provided the ... Read More