What do we love about Antigonish County?

To increase awareness of municipal government, particularly the programs and services provided by the Municipality of the County of Antigonish, we have developed a series of five short videos that show what we do and why we love this place!

This five part series will teach you about how your municipal taxes are spent, show you the importance of our water, waste water and solid waste management operations, speak to our phenomenal recreation programming.  Our 5th and final video, linked below, speaks about why Antigonish County is such a great place.

You can view these videos on the Municipality’s Vimeo channel.

A HUGE thank you to our filmmaker Leah Johnston and videographer Jeff Babineau, as well as our project coordinator Tammy Feltmate.  Another big thank you to our staff for participating in this initiative and our aspiring investigative journalist Aiden.

For more information on anything you see here please contact the Municipal Office.  We hope you enjoy watching these videos as much as we enjoyed making them!

 

Want more? Antigonish County has endless recreational opportunities…

Recreation in Antigonish County from Mun of County of Antigonish on Vimeo.

 

Neil Corbett Sworn-In As District 9 Councillor

On Tuesday, September 19th, Neil Corbett was sworn in as Councillor for District 9. Congratulations Councillor Corbett, and welcome to Municipal Council! For more information about how to get in touch with your District Councillor, check our Municipal Council page Read More…

Welcome

Antigonish County has something to offer everyone – residents, visitors and business owners alike – from its spectacular scenery to its strategic location.

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Here, you will find a competitive business environment, state-of-the-art educational facilities, regional health-care facilities, a vibrant arts and cultural community and a wide range of sport and recreational opportunities. Click on the menu items above to learn more about living in, visiting or doing business in Antigonish County.