It is by working with our valued partners, that the Town of Truro is able to strengthen the foundations of our community, and work towards building a healthy and vibrant future for everyone.
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Colchester County Municipal Websites
Colchester is nestled at the head of the world famous Bay of Fundy and is strategically located at the junction of Highway 102 and the Trans-Canada Highway.
The Village of Bible Hill is located across the Salmon River from the Town of Truro in Colchester County, Nova Scotia. The Village was incorporated in 1953 and today, with a population of over 5,000, Bible Hill is a vibrant, primarily residential community.
Stewiacke (2011 population: 1,438) is a town located in southern Colchester County, Nova Scotia, Canada.
This quaint, little village radiates a palpable artistic and historical ambiance. In keeping with modern times, however, Tatamagouche is also a progressive and diversified community, boasting an impressive number of businesses and services.
The Chignecto-Central Regional School Board (CCRSB) is comprised of 17 board members and 2,700 staff, all striving to provide a well-rounded education for over 20,000 students in grades Primary to 12.
With over 80 nationalities and 50 different home languages, this is a truly international school. Children at this school enjoy a richly multicultural environment which gives them a breadth of perspective that makes for global mindedness.
L'École Acadienne de Truro a pour mission d'offrir une éducation de qualité dans une communauté francophone qui valorise l’épanouissement de chaque individu en créant un sentiment d’appartenance.
Our Mission is to provide a student-centered learning environment which encourages growth, responsibility, and the achievement of individual potential.
We are proud of our rich history of academic, extracurricular, athletic, and artistic programs designed to benefit and advance student curricular and extracurricular achievements. There is something for each and every student at Cobequid Educational Centre.
Government and Business
The Downtown Truro Partnership will research, develop, implement, facilitate and promote initiatives, utilizing key partnerships to enhance sustainable growth and development of the Urban Regional Core as an exceptional destination for business, residents and visitors.
The Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities (UNSM) Represents the provincial interests of local governments and acts as their spokesperson
The Federation of Canadian Municipalities is the national voice of municipal government, representing 90 per cent of Canada's municipal population.
Official website for the Government of Nova Scotia.
Lenore Zann was first elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly as MLA for Truro-Bible Hill in 2009 and was again elected as MLA for Truro-Bible Hill-Millbrook-Salmon River in 2013.
The Government of Canada is the federal administration of Canada.
MP for Cumberland—Colchester
Bill Casey was elected MP for Cumberland-Colchester during the 42nd general election on October 19th, 2015.
The Chamber of Commerce is proud of its position as a strong community supporter. It supports an ongoing number of community initiatives including the Festival of Lights, the new Central Nova Civic Centre and others. Our role is to enhance our entire community through the development of a vibrant business sector.
Travel & Tourism
Located in eastern Canada and almost completely surrounded by ocean, the province of Nova Scotia is a place where you can feel your pace fall in sync with the rhythm of the sea, as the clean salt air breathes life into an afternoon. Immerse yourself in culture that ranges from traditional to avant-garde, from bagpipes to world-class golf.
As a recreation and event facility, RECC is a source of community pride, recognized as a progressive and innovative leader promoting accessibility, social and fiscal responsibility, and excellence in service delivery in the pursuit of enhanced community health and vitality.
The Francophone Community Centre of Truro, incorporated in 2007, was founded by a group of citizens within the region. The Centre offers educational, social and cultural activities in French for the French-speaking community in Truro, Colchester and Northern Nova Scotia, and provides a forum for the community to gather and exchange ideas.