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Sep 25th 2022

6:53 am6:55 pm ADT

Garbage Collection

Next Council Meeting

October 4, 2022 @ 2:00 pm

Recent News and Announcements

General News / Annoucement

Notice to Residents:

Posted on: September 25, 2022

Due to significant damage caused during Hurricane Fiona, the Municipality recognizes the need for residents…

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General News / Annoucement

Facilities Closures

Posted on: September 22, 2022

Attention Residents:Due to the anticipated storm, all Victoria County facilities (Baddeck Transfer Station, Neil's Harbour/New…

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Victoria County’s
New ALERT System

In times of crisis it is important that residents have access to trusted, timely and accurate information to ensure their own safety and that of their family and loved ones. Click here to learn more or download the app for you phone below.

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Welcome Back

Welcoming Visitors in 2022

The tourism operators are getting ready to welcome the many visitors that come to our scenic communities for an exciting get away! 2022 will see new experiences for visitors and small enhancements to old favourites. Whether you are headed for Ingonish and Cape Smokey, Baddeck, Iona or the Cabot Trail North communities, you will not be disappointed. Search out your passion for Outdoor Adventure, Cultural Experiences, Great Food and beautiful Cabins or Inns. May and June will see exciting events like the Cabot Trail Relay and Waterfall Season, while our Lobster Fishers are out collecting your delicious supper. Visit us in 2022, and be sure to plan a little extra time while here to discover something new.

Contact Us

ACTing Collectively

We are looking for adults 65 years of age and older who live in Victoria County to take part in a one-hour conversation about what you need to live well in your community. When you take part in the interview, you will receive a list of local resources that you can contact to address your specific needs.

The ACTing Collectively project is a local and collaborative effort to improve the well-being and safety for aging adults living in Victoria County.

To participate in the interview or to get more information about the project, email actns@dal.ca or phone coordinators in Victoria County at (902) 295-3672.



ACTing Collectively Victoria County

ACTing Collectively