ⓘ Argyle-Barrington


ⓘ Argyle-Barrington

Argyle-Barrington is a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elects one member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. The riding was created in 2012 with 100 per cent of the former district of Argyle and 52 per cent of the former district of Shelburne. It consists of the Municipality of Argyle, the town of Clarks Harbour, and the Municipality of Barrington. Fishing is the economic mainstay of the area, although manufacturing and the service sector are significant employers.

  • over the water. Neptune Theatre, a 43 - year - old establishment located on Argyle Street, is Halifax s largest theatre. It performs an assortment of professionally
  • Hill that ran directly in front of St. Paul s Church and connected Barrington and Argyle Streets. It was created at the behest of St. Paul s during the renovations
  • 2003 - 2009 Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries 2003 - 2006 MLA for Argyle - Barrington 2003 - present Pat Dunn MLA for Pictou Centre 2006 - 2009 2013 - Present
  • Retrieved February 1, 2017. d Entremont Gets Nod For Liberals In Argyle - Barrington Y95 Yarmouth. March 21, 2017. Retrieved March 24, 2017. Liberal
  • making his debut against Plymouth Argyle on 6 April in a 0 0 away draw in the Third Division, replacing Barrington Belgrave as a substitute in the 65th
  • Clare - Anselm F. Comeau Yarmouth - Thomas Killam Argyle - John Ryder Shelburne - Joshua Snow Barrington - John Homer Liverpool - William B. Taylor Lunenburg
  • player for Arsenal, Newcastle United and Plymouth Argyle Harry Cann, former player for Plymouth Argyle Jack Cock, former Everton footballer first Cornishman
  • brought visitors onto the second floor. There were also entrances off of Argyle Street to the second floor, as well as three entrances to the first floor
  • completion date of 2023. Fishermen s Memorial Highway - June 2013 Barrington Bypass - Barrington to Oak Park, Shelburne County Nine Mile Road - Sable River to

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