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MODL Mayors Debate

On October 5th the two candidates running for the top job in the Municipality District of Lunenburg will take part in a COVID-19 styled debate.

This debate will be held in a podcast environment and they will each be asked a series of questions from our moderator. Once the session ends the audio recording will be made available to our Chamber members and also released to local media outlets.

The two candidates that will take part are the incumbent, Carolyn Bolivar-Getson and Caleb Wheeldon.

The debate will be hosted by the Bridgewater and Area Chamber of Commerce and held at Stone Court Studios. The event will be sponsored by the NS Association of REALTORS®




1. The Best Western Plus Bridgewater is open for guest rooms and the onsite restaurant – 27 South – is open for take out. Take out is available daily from 11:30 – 7 pm and the menu can be viewed at https://27south.ca/menus/take-out-menu/.

We can be reached at 902 530 0101 at anytime for more information; to make a reservation or to place a take out order.

2. Eastern Office Supplies will be back open to the walk in public on 25 May.
We are taking every precaution to protect our staff and customers.There will be a 2 customer limit, hand sanitizing is a must and face mask will be optional but preferred. We ask you keep a 6 foot distance and only touch items you intend to purchase. There is a separate entrance and exit doors.Curbside pickup (parking lot pickup) will be still be available upon request.Our hours will remain 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. Closed on Saturaday at this time.

3Oakhill Pines Campground and we will be opening to self contained trailers June 1

4. Scotia Auto Glass: This has been a challenging couple of months and I hope all of you are well and doing your best while moving forward. This has been a difficult time for all Canadians but we will get through this together.
Although the first few weeks of the pandemic were challenging..... we have remained open and have adapted logistics, schedules and services to meet most of our clients needs. We have moved to 98% mobile service to ensure safety of clients and staff during auto glass services. The other 2% we have our OE camera Techs - Lane departure warning, Eyesight, camera lane assist calibrations have to be completed in a controlled shop environment.
Social distancing and updated cleaning methods lead us to developing our “Touchpoint 30” Disinfection Cleaning Program. Our program is designed to identify high traffic and touch points, where, when and which PPE needs to be used while servicing clients automotive needs. We have added Lexan glass partitions in our trucks to separate driver and passenger so they feel safer.
We have always designed and fabricated special glass for all sorts of projects and now we make sneeze guards and partitions for small businesses to get them opened as economically as possible.
So much has changed in the last 3 months, from loss of staff, strategic plans pivoting, "free gas", glass supply challenges, staying the "Blazes home", baking bread to family home schooling.
I don't know the future and I'm sure we will be fine but for now I can dream and work a plan for next week, then the next.
Feel and stay safe while opening,Thank you Ron

5. Rafuse Paint and Decor: We are open now from
Mon – Friday 8 – 5
Saturday 9 – 2

6. Rynos Ltd: While our offices currently remain closed, Rhyno’s and Langille’s Plumbing are available to service and install comfort-and-healthy-living solutions for Home, Business, and Industry.We continue to take every precaution to keep our staff and customers safe, while providing the best service possible.We are grateful for your support and understanding and wish you and your families good health.Our regular hours of operation are 8am - 4pm, Monday thru Friday.

We can be reached at 902-543-4737 or (902) 543-4897 (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

If you require immediate assistance call our 24 Hour Emergency service at 1-800-595-4737.

7. Osprey Ridge Golf Course : Some golf courses were not ready to open. We opened up the minute the Government allowed us, and the tee sheet started filling up that hour. understanably, the pent up demand waiting to hit the links was great for us and just what the golfers needed.
Our Tee Sheet has been busy with members and green fee visitors since we opened
Over 200 acres of fresh air to get outside and enjoy
Lots of new packages being sold, lots of new faces we have noticed a lot of new couples and with the new bubble rules they are able to share the golf carts We have seen an increase in the number of young people using our driving range as they want to get out of the house and enjoy some physical activity.As we are one of the only sports open to play our Junior numbers have gone up from 6 to around 30 already and its great to see the young people out there. Perfect for parents that they can drop off their kids for the afternoon with friends and pick them up a few hours later or even better join them for a game. We have even seen a few Families of four playing as a group which we love to see.
Our 12 round green fee package which was just introduced this season to indice new golfers has sold beyond our highest expectations
We have introduced pay on line feature on our website which is being tweaked to better serve our on line patrons
Our Bar has been open with take out service serving the basics of sandwiches, drinks and snacks but we should have our restaurant running on June 5 when the next phase opens

8. Wilson's Heating: We are open for business!

9. Haskap U-Pick will start to operate mid July and they will also be supplying fresh local veggies at their farm for residents of Bridgewater and surrounding areas. The address is 3228 Upper Branch Road, and they are suggesting  to call 902.543-9602 for details or visit them online or on one of their social media pages below.

Follow South Shore Farms and learn all about Haskap
Online: www.southshorefarms.ca
Instagram or Twitter @SouthShoreFarms
Facebook www.facebook.com/southshorefarms

10. South Shore Public Libraries: We're pleased to announce that all South Shore Public Libraries locations will be re-opening June 9th. All operations will comply with Public Heath regulations.We’ll be opening with basic services and a new schedule. Services will include borrowing and returning of library materials, computer access, and curbside pickup. We've strengthened cleaning and disinfecting procedures at all library locations.

Open hours will be:
Tuesday - 10 am - 12pm, 1pm- 4pm
Wednesday - 10 am - 12pm, 1pm- 4pm
Thursday - 1pm -4pm, 6 pm -8pm (evening Lunenburg and Liverpool only) Friday - 10 am - 12pm, 1pm- 4pm Saturday - 10am 12 pm – 1pm- 4pm

11. All About You Lingerie & Wig Boutique: We will be opening today, June 1st, 2020.
Monday through Friday 10am - 3pm
Please wear a mask
Please use the hand sanitizer just inside the door, as you enter.
Only 2 shoppers will be allowed at one time.
Thank you and looking forward to seeing everyone
Dale Enman
All About You Lingerie & Wig Boutique

12. Edwards Denture Clinic: It’s been a long 3 months but here we are able to reopen, with some changes. We all have a part in preventing the spread of this terrible virus. We are taking every precautionary measure to protect you and ourselves. Please continue to be patient with us, we want to help you.

This is how returning to work looks like for our office:

✅ Monday June 8 , 2020
We will start doing contactless repairs. If you have been put on our repair list, Deanna will be contacting you with an appointment time and instructions. If you need a repair done please call leave a phone message, send a Facebook message, or email us, Deanna will contact you.

✅ Monday June 15, 2020
Week two will include repairs and in office adjustments. Please contact us by phone, Facebook or email. Deanna will contact you for appointment time and instructions.

✅ Monday June 22, 2020
Hopefully able to resume regular procedures ????
I do have patients that currently got caught in the middle of this and they will be my first priority. So call and make an appointment, we will get to you as soon as we can.

✅ Renew Denture cleaner, brushes or denture cases can be arranged for pickup.

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Please do not show up at the office without an appointment. I am not permitted to let you in and then we would have to have an awkward conversation through the door, although I’m pretty excited to see you all again. ❤️????

13. Town of Bridgewater (Town Hall) :PUBLIC REOPENING PLANS – TOWN HALL
Bridgewater Town Hall will begin a phased reopening to the public starting on Monday, June 8.

During the first phase of public access, Town Hall’s main lobby area and the Finance Department will be open to receive bill/service payments and inquiries from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily, Monday to Friday.

The rest of the building will remained closed to public access until further notice – however, staff in Engineering & Public Works, Community Development, Administration, and all Town operations have returned to work and are fully accessible and available to deliver service by e-mail or phone. For a complete directory, visit: https://www.bridgewater.ca/contact.

During the first phase of reopening, a maximum of two public visitors to Town Hall will be allowed in the lobby at a time in order to comply with social/physical distancing. A divider and arrows have also been added in the lobby on the floor to help guide visitors as they arrive and depart Town Hall.

Don’t want to come to Town Hall to make bill payments? No problem! You can make payment on accounts without coming to Town Hall through your bank and online. Visit us at www.bridgewater.ca/payments to learn more.

14. Ian's Automotive:   Ian’s Automotive is now reopened for business. We are so glad to be back to help with our customers with their detailing, mechanical and vehicle needs.

15. The River Pub: June 03 2020. We are now open for takeout for the next two days. You can call in your order (902-543-1100) and then pick it up inside. The really good news is that we open this Friday for eat in dining at 11 AM

16. Wine KIngs Bridgewater: Wine Kings is Re-opening doors to the public FRIDAY, JUNE 5th!

We appreciate your support these past couple of months and Thank YOU for your understanding & patience.
We are definitely looking forward to SEEING you again

1. Please be advised that “Social Distancing” standards must be adhered to. Be considerate to other customers.

2. We will also be monitoring and limiting the number of customers in store at once. Please be understanding and have patience.

3. Please obey all signage and instructions by our staff

17. LaHave River Credit Union: Support Local Initiative

LaHave River Credit Union is calling on Nova Scotians to show their support for local small businesses with the launch of the Loyal 2 Local.

As part of LaHave River Credit Union’s ongoing commitment to community well-being and supporting local suppliers and small businesses, the credit union is asking the public to make a purchase at a local business and join a massive effort to promote those local businesses who have been impacted the most by COVID-19.

To get things started and to celebrate the re-opening of the Nova Scotia economy, each employee of the LaHave River Credit Union will receive $25 to spend locally and share it on social media, tagging LaHave River Credit Union and using #Loyal2Local.

“It’s been tough for our small businesses and we wanted to show our support. This is our way of supporting our employees, small businesses, and community” says, Corey Rogers, CEO of LaHave River Credit Union. “We’re asking our employees, members, and Nova Scotians to consider redirecting spending to local small businesses that need it most during this time. These small businesses buy services from other small businesses. That cycle continues, stimulating the economy, so on and so on,”.

“From the beginning of COVID-19 LaHave River Credit Union has acted in the best interests of staff, members, and our local community businesses.” Says Board Chair of LaHave River Credit Union, Frank Fawson.

The Loyal 2 Local will start on June 5th to align with the re-opening of many small businesses in Nova Scotia. LaHave River Credit Union will be sharing stories on social media channels throughout and encourage Nova Scotians to participate by supporting a local business and tagging LaHave River Credit Union on social media, adding #Loyal2Local.

Important facts to consider about Canadian small businesses*:
• Small businesses recirculate up to 4.6 times more revenue in the local economy than multinationals
• Small businesses recirculate up to 63% of their revenue back into the local economy compared to 14% for multinational corporations
• Small businesses produce up to 8.4 times more jobs per square foot & up to 8.1 times more revenue square foot than multinationals
*Source: Study: The Economic Impact of Local Businesses

Patrick Henry
Chief Information Officer
LaHave River Credit Union
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18, Think Tank Escape Rooms: That’s right!! We’re back, safer and cleaner than ever!!????????????

Are you & your family/household bubble looking for an adventure to experience together???????????????????

Now accepting bookings through our new website ———> www.thinktankescape.ca

For the full update on our Covid19 Response plan, head to www.thinktankescape.ca/covid19-response

We can’t wait to see you!!!

Now Open
Fri - 10am to 10pm
Sat - 10am to 10pm
Sun - 10am to 10pm

19. C R Optical: Tomorrow we go back to our regular hours and adapt to the new normal.
Calling ahead to schedule a visit is advised to help keep the number of people in the office down. My maximum right now is a limit of 5 people to ensure social distancing.
There is hand sanitizer upon entering the office and all glasses and touch points are cleaned after each client.
Can't wait to see all your smiling eyes!
Mon 9am-5pm
Tue 9am-5pm
Wed 9am-7pm
Thurs 9am-5pm
Fri 9am-5pm
Sat 10am-1pm

20. East Coast Chiropractic and Rehabilitation
We are very excited to open for in-person treatment as of June 5th, 2020. That being said, it won’t be business as usual at the clinic. In order to protect the safety of our patients and staff we are taking proactive measures in the clinic which include:
• Increased sanitation and cleaning of the clinic
• Pre-screening patients before they enter the clinic
• Staggering timing of patient appointments to decrease the amount of people in the clinic
• Dr. Brown will be wearing a mask and gloves during appointments. If you would like to wear a mask as well you are welcome to do so.
Our new clinic procedures can be found on our website: https://www.eastcoastchiropracticandrehabilitation.com/
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we roll out these new changes. We are looking forward to seeing everyone again!
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the clinic.

Dr. Mary (Niki) Brown
Chiropractor at East Coast Chiropractic and Rehabilitation
58 York street
Bridgewater, NS

21. HB Studio Fieldhouse: HB Studios Sports Centre will be reopening on June 15 with reduced hours of 8AM to 1PM. We will be open for track users and field rentals of 10 or less people with physical distancing (subject to change according to government regulations). To book please call
(902)-543-5348 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

22. Gow's Home Hardware and Furniture remain committed to safety considerations during this current pandemic. We have implemented additional cleaning and disinfecting protocols, especially for high-touch surfaces and washrooms. We encourage and provide supplies for proper hygiene and ask that you maintain social distancing between staff and customers as much as possible.
You can call, text or email for curbside pick-up. Please allow 2 hours for your order to be prepared and park outside in one of the designated spots, We also provide a seniors shopping hour on Sunday from 9:00-10:00am.
Call or text: 902-514-7556
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We appreciate your patience and understanding, as well as your support, as we all work together during this time.

22. Windhourse Farms: Windhorse is now open for cabin visits.

Windhorse Host


office: 902-543-6955
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web: www.windhorsehabitats.com
facebook: @windhorsefarm
instagram: @windhorse_farm
twitter: @windhorsefarm
129 Sarty Rd, Wentzells Lake, NS B0R 1E0

23. Osprey Nest Public House: Looking forward to re-opening and here is the plan!

✨Thursday June 11th open for Take-out and Delivery ✨ Friday (12pm-10pm), Saturday (12pm-10pm) and Sunday (12pm-8pm) Open for In-House and Patio Dining at a reduced capacity

‼️Here is a summary of the current protocol:
• Do Not Enter The Pub If You Display Symptoms Of: Fever, Cough Or Symptoms Of Covid-19 • Practice Physical Distancing • Sanitize Hands Upon Entry • Servers, When Not Able To Maintain Physical Distancing Will Be Wearing A Facial Covering • For The Safety Of Our Guests We Sanitize Regularly, For This Reason Table-Top Items Needed For Your Dining Experience Will Be Brought To You Once Seated And Upon Request •We Have Four Individual Washrooms And Request No More Than One Guest At A Time Be Waiting Outside The Washroom Area • This Is A New Experience For Everyone - Let's Be Kind To One Another • This Information Will Be Posted At Our Entrance To Read Before Entering. Once Read Someone Will Be Over To Greet You And Seat You!‼️


Ntyce Motorsports continues to prioritize the health and safety of both our customers, and staff.

Starting Monday, June 15, we are reopening both Bridgewater and Sackville locations for walk-in customers but will be limited to one (1) customer inside the store at a time.

We ask that all customers entering the store practice social distancing (~6 feet) and do not touch product in the showroom unless you are purchasing it.

We are also updating our hours at both locations:
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm
CLOSED weekends
Mon-Fri 9am-6pm
CLOSED weekends

???? APPOINTMENTS: We are starting to book in installs and appointments. We ask for your patience as some parts are taking longer than normal to come back into stock after COVID. We will be spacing out appointments at our installer’s discretion, based on proper cleaning and disinfecting procedures before and in between each appointment. For more information on services or safety proceedures call us at 902-530-3130

24.Huestis Insurance Group is welcoming clients back on June 15th for payments and document drop off or pick-up.

We ask and encourage our clients to continue to call or email us for all inquiries at this time as many team members are continuing to work from home.

We have implemented the following changes in our operations:

???? Front desk areas will have protective glass and will be cleaned frequently.
????Offices will have a maximum limit of visitors allowed at any one time as posted on the front door.
???? Cash payments are discouraged, please consider making an online payment, or using a cheque, debit, or credit card.

These measures are to keep our community safe. If you have any symptoms of COVID19, please refrain from visiting our office.

We extend a sincere thank you to our clients for your patience, understanding and support. We miss you greatly and look forward to the next phases of reopening in coming weeks and months.

*Our office in Campbellton, NB and Digby, NS will remain closed to visitors at this time. Please call your local office prior to visiting.

25. Reliable Computer Services will be opened from 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday to Friday starting June 15th, 2020. Call us at 902-521-6165.

Thank you

626 King Street,
Bridgewater, N.S.
B4V 1B4

26. Branch 24 RCL Bridgewater We are pleased to announce that our Branch is officially opening on Monday June 15th. We will be open Monday to Saturday from 12:00pm until 6:00pm. We will be making adjustments in 2 weeks on Days and hours of operation depending on the membership . We have been advised that pool, cards and dart games may not yet take place. The Director of A & G is consulting separately with Dr. Strang specifically about holding of BINGO. Please be advised that any segment of RCL Branch operations is to employ every measure to create a safe environment for staff, members and patrons. Cleaning and Sanitation, Health and Personal hygiene and Physical Distancing is a must for safe operation of our branch.



It took a little while to figure this out, but the schedule is here.

Private & semi-private classes will start July 6th until August 31st (200$ for 8 weeks program) Classes will be 40 minutes to allow for proper departure, efficient cleaning of the studio and following dancer’s arrival.

Only 3 spots per evening 5pm, 6pm, 7pm Monday to Wednesday (only a few spots left already!!!) Contact me ASAP to book your dancer’s time for the Summer.
Discipline are YOUR CHOICE between Ballet, Jazz, Lyrical/Contemporary, Tap and Hip Hop.

Age 8+ - Younger kids will be considered according to each particular dancer.
Siblings/family bubbles will be considered for semi-private classes.

If session 3 has already been paid in March, credit can be taken from those fees paid.
As usual, I am open for discussions or concerns and will consider any suggestions.


We have an exciting announcement to make -- starting on Monday, June 29, DesBrisay Museum will officially be reopening to the public!

We will be open Monday to Friday, from 12 noon to 4 p.m. Museum staff have implemented COVID-compliant safe practices, including adding directional arrows, plexiglass barriers, and a hand sanitizer station in our foyer for all guests to use. Provincial group and social distancing restrictions apply.

Our staff are excited to welcome everyone back to the Museum -- see you Monday!




Please check out or facebook page for up to date information about the COVID-19 Virus



COVID-19 Update(Nova Scotia)

Premier Stephen McNeil, chief medical officer of health Dr. Robert Strang, and Health and Wellness Minister Randy Delorey provided an update earlier today, March 18. A recording of the news conference is available on the NS Gov Youtube page: https://www.youtube.com/user/nsgov.
Details of additional measures announced to further prevent the spread of COVID-19 and increase capacity within the health system to respond are outlined below:
Effective immediately:
-- doctors and pharmacists have new options for virtual care, using telephone and secure videoconferencing
-- pharmacists can renew prescriptions for most medications and government will cover the assessment fee
-- employers cannot require a doctor's note if an employee must be off work
-- College of Physicians and Surgeons waiving the fee for retired doctors to renew their licences so they can come back to work
-- retired and other nurses are being brought into the system to assist with 811 staffing
-- all service providers funded through the Department of Community Services' Disability Support Program - including social enterprises, day programs, and supported employment programs for adults with diverse abilities - will close to participants and the public
Effective midnight, Thursday, March 19:
-- personal service and fitness establishments such as hair salons, barber shops, spas, nail salons, body art establishments and gyms must shut down
The full news release is available at: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20200318004 and in French at: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20200318005.
NSHA and IWK have further restricted visitors and instituted other measures like online mental health supports and more assessment centres. More information is available at the links below:
• NSHA Operational Update
• IWK Health Centre to Issue a “No Visitors” Policy
A number of new resources have been developed for businesses and individuals, including:
• Prevent the spread of COVID-19 (printable poster) - https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/COVID-19-Prevention-EN.pdf
• Information on how to self-isolate (fact sheet) - https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/Self-Isolation-Information-for-Travellers-EN.pdf
• Information on social distancing (fact sheet) - https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/Social-Distancing-EN.pdf
These materials are also available in French: https://novascotia.ca/coronavirus/fr/
As announced earlier today, Nova Scotia has 12 cases of COVID-19, including nine presumptive and three confirmed cases. The news release is available at: https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20200318001 and in French at https://novascotia.ca/news/release/?id=20200318002.
We encourage you to share this information with your staff, board members and stakeholders. We also ask for your support on social media by sharing accurate information from the Department of Health and Wellness and Nova Scotia Government social media channels. Follow them @nsheath and @nsgov on Twitter and https://www.facebook.com/NovaScotiaHealthAndWellness/ and https://www.facebook.com/nsgov/ on Facebook.

2019 Holiday Storefront Winner

Bucks Home Building Centre won the Chambers Best Decorated Holiday Storefront contest for the second straight year. Chamber President Jim Brown presented the plaque to the happy winners


Chamber Chat December 13 2019

Fay Patey from ISAN joined us to discuss the many programs offered by her organization




MEET the BOARD-Bruce Anderson

The Chamber would like to welcome our newest Board Member. Bruce Anderson.

Bruce Anderson is responsible for Michelin metallic reinforcement operations in North America. Since joining Michelin in 1993, Bruce has worked in all three Nova Scotia plants, several U.S. factories, as well as the company’s global headquarters in Clermont-Ferrand, France. Bruce has also been part of several projects and factory expansions in Brazil, China and India.

Born and raised in the Maritimes, Bruce has a vested interest in the long-term success of Michelin in Nova Scotia and is proud of the positive impact that the company has on our families, communities and the economic health of our province.


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MEET THE BOARD-Stacey Mailman

Stacey is an accounting graduate of the NSCC, and the owner of Stacey Mailman Accounting Services. It’s a local business-accounting services firm, she started in 2007. She employs 2 full time employees, and provides a long list of services for businesses of all sizes, here on the South Shore. Stacey has worked and played in the Bridgewater area all her life and is proud to be raising a family here as well.

Also Stacey is the co-owner, with her husband, Michael, of Edge Of Town Auto Repair Ltd. It’s an auto repair shop located on in Hebbville, just on the “edge of town”. Together they share extensive backgrounds in the automotive industry, enjoy the challenges of entrepreneurship and strive to be considered as trusted and honest in both industries.

Stacey is also currently serving as Treasurer on the Senior Wheels Association Board of Directors. It has been a great introduction to the workings of a board, meeting procedures along with being pleasantly surprised with all the good that is being done in Bridgewater for the seniors and disabled. She notes, the wisdom of the directors continues to be valuable & respectfully appreciated by her.

Stacey has been fortunate to meet and do business with many small business owners & professionals on the south shore over the last 25 years, but has joined our board because she’s on the hunt to meet more!

She’s proud to begin serving on our board of directors, because she knows that we can have a positive impact on the future development of our business community. She’s ready to have the conversations about how to combat tradesperson shortages, embrace immigrants, appreciate our business owners & allow them to be the motivators for our local high school & college graduates... and much more!

Her interests are to support small & medium sized businesses to overcome some of their biggest obstacles faced in our local market. By being activity in her business community, she’s building on these interests and ensuring more businesses start, grow & thrive in our area. She’s a believer in creating an economy where our children can get educated, and stay to here to raise their families.

Stacey and Michael live in Newcombville with their two daughters, Brooke & Kaitlyn and 2 dogs, Journey & Blossom.



MEET the BOARD-Liam Finney

It is with great pleasure that we introduce one of our two new Board Members

Liam Finney, is Co-Owner and Operator of two time LQBEA winning Tilia Builders Inc - a residential general contracting company based in Bridgewater NS. A native of Sackville, NB, Liam has lived, worked, and studied in Lunenburg County since 2011.

A former student of Political Science at Queen's University and graduate from NSCC Lunenburg Campus's Heritage Carpentry Program, he is an active proponent of issues relating to rural economic development, advocate for the trades in Nova Scotia, and recent recipient of the Nova Scotia Apprenticeship Agency's Employer Champion designation.

Liam lives with his wife Katie in Pleasantville, NS.


MEET the BOARD-Jayme Rhyno

Following our AGM on June 13 2019, The Chamber would like to welcome Jayme Rhyno to our Board of Directors. Here is a little bit about Jayme

"I'm a second-generation business owner of Rhyno's on North Street which was established in 1976 by my father. I first started working in the family business in my early childhood (my family jokes that I was fixing dishwashers before I could talk) and then officially took over as President in 2008.

I hold by Red Seal in Refrigeration (since 2006). I'm also a volunteer firefighter with the Upper Northfield Fire Department (since 2003). I've lived on the South Shore all my life - I grew up in Riverport then moved to Crescent Beach and I currently reside in Lower Northfield. This area has always been my home and I'm very much committed to Bridgewater being a hub for the business community, a place where local businesses feel supported and can thrive.

I'm proud to be serving on the board of directors and to have the opportunity to collaborate with other local business owners who have a strong desire to further develop, grow & expand the business community in Bridgewater."


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