Mayor Jeff Cantwell has proclaimed September 26 - October 2, 2016 as "Right to Know Week" in the Town of Wolfville
View the Proclamation
September 28, 2016 is International Right to Know Day. International Right to Know Day is celebrating its 14th anniversary. It had its start in 2002, at a meeting of international access advocates in Sofia, Bulgaria. They proposed that the date be dedicated to the promotion of access to information worldwide.
The goal of Right to Know Day is to raise global awareness of individuals’ right to access government information and to promote access to information as a fundamental right. Right to Know Day has grown since 2002 and is celebrated around the world in over 40 nations. Over 80 countries have access to information legislation and more countries are in the process of developing such laws.
This year marks the 11th year Canadians have celebrated international Right to Know Week.
The Information and Privacy Commissioner for Nova Scotia is participating in this worldwide effort to raise awareness about the importance of the right to access information, with a local focus on what it means to those living and working in Nova Scotia. The Information and Privacy Commissioner has invited the Province of Nova Scotia and all the Municipalities of Nova Scotia to issue a Proclamation designating September 26 to October 2, 2016 as Nova Scotia's Right to Know Week in their respective jurisdictions.
Mayor Jeff Cantwell has Proclaimed Wednesday, September 21, 2016 as the International Day of Peace
Follow this link to view the Proclamation
Further details regarding this Day may be found on the UN Website
With the ongoing water shortages, the province has set up a one-stop information site that is being updated as things unfold.
It has links to:
The Province is constantly adding content
The new school year has begun and the Town is once again excited to play host to both new and returning students. During Welcome Week (September 6th - 11th) the significant increase in our Town's population brings with it a more active and vibrant environment that contributes to making Wolfville truely one of a kind. However, for students getting to know their new home, and residents getting to know their new neighbours, please be advised that the R.C.M.P. can be contacted at 902-542-3817 for non-emergency issues or for By-Law related issues on weekdays please contact Blair MacMurtery, By-Law Compliance Offcier, at 902-542-3412.
In case of an emergency in need of immediate attention DIAL 911.
Learn more about this year's event in the Festivals and Events section of our website .
The Town of Wolfville is currently seeking bids from qualified vendors for the supply and installation of (1) one Above Ground - 2,200 Gallon (10,000 L) Double Wall, Two Compartment Fuel Tank to replace two existing tanks. The tanks are located at 200 Dykeland Street Wolfville., NS.
Proposals must be received by 2:00 p.m., local time, Thursday, September 8, 2016.
Mayor Jeff Cantwell, of the Town of Wolfville, has hereby declared September 2016 to be observed as "Prostate Cancer Awareness Month" in the Town of Wolfville
Residents on Fundy Drive and surrounding areas maybe without water overnight as there is currently a watermain break.
Repairs to the break will commence at 8am lasting until approximately 5pm Wednesday, August 24th, residents on Fundy Drive and surrounding areas will be without water during this time.
Please be prepared and stockpile any necessary water for the day.
Reminder that the Fall Clean Up for the Town of Wolfville is scheduled for Wednesday, October 5th
Source: Valley Waste Resource Management
The Parks & Open Spaces, R-1 Property Owners & Residents and Core Area Property Owners & Residents surveys will be closing at 11:59pm on Monday, August 29th so be sure to follow the link below and fill-out the surveys before this important opportunity for providing feedback on the Municipal Planning Strategy review is over.
A drop-in event where everyone is welcome to join in the discussion on the development of the West End Lands with Developers and Town Staff.
All Town of Wolfville Trails are again open to the public as of 2pm, Wednesday, August 17th. Thank you for your understanding in helping to reduce the threat of wildfire to the Town of Wolfville
Burning Restrictions have been lifted by NS DNR as of 2pm