Emergency Management Plan Information Session

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Hammonds Plains Notice Regarding Profit Sharing

Attention Members in the Hammonds Plains Area

The Hammonds Plains Office is undergoing a transition to a new building in the same location. The office building is currently closed and staff are working from alternative locations until they are relocated to the new building. ALL PROFIT SHARING CHEQUES which were marked for DELIVERY TO THE HAMMONDS PLAINS OFFICE will be MAILED OUT TO THE MEMBERS. If you need to update your address, please contact the Hammonds Plains Office (Jan Liang) at (902) 422-5918.   

Free Skating - Yarmouth Mariners Centre

November 2nd 9pm-10pm
December 7th 9pm-10pm
January 4th 9pm-10pm
February 1st 9pm-10pm
March 7th 9pm-10pm


All Communities, Acadia Band Members & their families are invited to an hour of FREE Skating. Saturday Nights, Once a Month

Text or Call Melanie, if you have any questions 902-749-6911

Hope to see you all there

Community Notice - August 28, 2019

This is a notice to advise all band members that in the process of providing clear and transparent information to all band members, the following documents will be  approved by Chief and Council and will be made available for viewing by Band Members at all community locations.  With the launch of the new Acadia First Nation website, these same documents will be uploaded in PDF form to the website for viewing as well. I can be reached at the Yarmouth administration building if there are any questions. 

  • Multi – Year Budgets
  • Capital Plan
  • Strategic Plan
  • Financial Plan

Lloyd MacDougall
Band Manager
Acadia First Nation

A notice for Members of Acadia First Nation

Heat pumps will no longer be installed unless acquired through an energy conservation program.

The Regular maintenance of these heat pumps will be the responsibility of the homes assigned occupant.

Divert NS Scholarship Opportunity

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Scholarship Values

One $5,000 Provincial Scholarship Six $2,500 Regional Scholarships

About DivertNS

Divert NS* is a not-for-profit corporation that helps drive the culture of recycling in Nova Scotia. We operate two recycling programs: the Beverage Container Deposit-Refund Program and the Used Tire Management Program.