Karen Casey - Your MLA for Colchester North

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As MLA for Colchester North, I'm pleased to provide this website as a useful and informative resource. With constant updates you can remain informed of my participation in local events and in the House of Assembly as your representative.

My committment to my constituents is to be open and approachable, and to provide assistance and support to all residents of Colchester North. I invite you to share your ideas, concerns and/or questions. Together we can seek solutions.

Karen Casey

Balamore Farm - Great Village
Five Islands
Millen Farms - Great Village
Charles Hill and Sons Ltd. Farm
Patterson Wharf - Tatamagouche
Veterans Memorial Park - Bass River
Balamore Farm - Great Village- family owned by Joe and Carolyn Cooper located on 1000 acres overlooking the Bay of Fundy - began producing strawberry plants in 1990 and in 2000 expanded to include field grown perennials - currently producing 1 million bare roots for sale throughout Canada and the United States


Royal Canadian Legion Funding Announcement

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Royal Canadian Legions play an important part in preserving and celebrating the history of our nation. They also undertake many projects which support local communities and community events.

Legions have been a gathering spot for anniversaries, dinner, Remembrance Day services and fundraisers. Members of the Legion contribute considerable time and energy and play a crucial role in supporting seniors and youth across the province.

On behalf of Municipal Affairs Minister Mark Furey and the Government of Nova Scotia, I was happy to announce funding for improvements to 18 Royal Canadian Legion Branches across the province.


Tatamagouche Trail

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Repairs to the bridges on a walking trail in Tatamagouche is one of eight recreation projects in the Fundy region receiving grants to support fun and physical activity for Nova Scotians. The region's grants totaling $215,696 were announced June 27th, through the Recreation Facility Development Program.

It is important to have outdoor recreation facilities like trails, playgrounds and ball fields to give Nova Scotians opportunities to be active. We are investing nearly $1.7 million for 65 new and upgraded facilities around the province where people can make physical activity a fun part of their day.

The Tatamagouche Area Trails Association received $7,000 to resurface the Waugh River bridge and repair the French River bridge on the Butter Trail, part of the Trans Canada Trail. I had the opportunity to visit the Trail and to enjoy the beauty of the trail, and to see the results of the work done by the Trails Association.


Curriculum Education

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Changes to the curriculum for grades Primary to 3 are designed to better support learning for students. The streamlined curriculum with an emphasis on math and literacy is the result of the Minister’s Action Plan on Education and was introduced to teachers and principals in May and will be implemented in September.

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Contact Karen

30 Duke Street, Suite 10

Truro, Nova Scotia

B2N 2A1

Phone: (902) 893-2180

Fax: (902) 893-3064

Email: karencasey@ns.aliantzinc.ca