Happy Natal Day Everyone!

Local Restaurants, Shops & Entertainment to Support

  • The new Made in the Maritimes Artisan Boutique Inc. is now open in Bayers Lake (by Giant Tiger)
  • Marina’s Pantry on Prince Street, Downtown Dartmouth is now open. Pastas and sauces are made in house! Visit
  • Norbert’s at the Seaport will now have a tent set up outside the market selling their vegetables
  • The Birch & Anchor (on the Bedford Hwy at the foot of Kearney Lake Rd) and Brightwood Brewery (at Alderney Landing by the Ferry) are now open!
  • Now open wok your way at Penhorn visit
  • Grill Way is now open. Prepared Syrian food and Butcher shop on the Bedford Highway. Visit  Grill Way & Catering
  • Now open for takeout Doraku Dartmouth at 44 Ochterloney Street
  • A semi-permanent new food truck is on Sackville Drive (@ Armoyan) Peelers Potatos. Yummy snacks like fries, onion rings and fish and chips!
  • District 5 Bar and Grill is now open in Dartmouth on Kings Street.
  • Don’t forget the Dartmouth Farmers Market is open again! Check out the outdoor Market at Alderney Landing in Dartmouth. Visit
  • A new restaurant Harvest has opened and it is a farm to table eatery at 936 Bedford Highway. A healthy option!
  • Wine and Cocktail bar Dear Friend is now open on Portland Street, near King –
  • It’s baaaaack, blast from the past! Pop up Movie Theaters right here in Nova Scotia. Remember the fun, the snacks the big out door screen. Some family fun and movies for all ages. Check the schedule and see what might interest you visit
  • Great News! The Tare Shop will be joining the Portland Street community and opening in the fall! This store supports folks who live a lower waste lifestyle and make package-free shopping accessible. For more info visit
  • HELLO CITY IS BACK! Come see some fun socially distant improv comedy out in Point Pleasant Park this August 8th and 22nd at 7pm, Admission is, made possible through generous support of Shakespeare by the Sea Halifax. Get your tickets for this exciting, social distant event now:…/10795…/hello-city-by-the-sea

Very proud of Nova Scotia and our bubble provinces! We are doing a great job supporting each other and the businesses in and around our province. As of July 31st, masks will now be mandatory in Indoor public places.

Indoor public places include:

  • retail businesses
  • shopping centres
  • personal services businesses such as hair and nail salons, spas, body art facilities, except during services that require removing a mask
  • restaurants and bars, except while people are eating or drinking
  • places of worship or faith gatherings
  • places for cultural or entertainment services or activities such as movie theatres, concerts and other performances
  • places for sports and recreational activities such as a gym, pool or indoor tennis facility, except while doing an activity where a mask cannot be worn
  • places for events such as conferences and receptions
  • municipal or provincial government locations offering services to the public
  • common areas of tourist accommodations such as lobbies, elevators and hallways
  • common areas of office buildings such as lobbies, elevators and hallways, but not private offices
  • public areas of a university or college campus, such as library or student union building, but not classrooms, labs, offices or residences
  • train or bus stations, ferry terminals and airports

For more information visit

The market has certainly picked up with many buyers but very low inventory in HRM. If you are thinking of selling, this is a great time! We are still following the rules laid out for us by wearing masks, using hand sanitizer and filling out Covid 19 disclosure forms. If you have any questions about real estate please call or email me at or 902-209-7073.

If you have any info you would like included in the September newsletter,
please call Rosie at 902-209-7073 or email

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