Until further notice, as we are all encourage to work from home, and while there is no school, the Village Office will not be opening on the second and fourth Tuesdays.
Please respect the direction given to us by our Provincial and Federal leaders. Keep your distance, stay home if you have travelled, or come in contact with others who have travelled. Be a good neighbour and help others in need, or who are to stay home, as you are able.
The Village Commission wishes the best for all in our little Village, as we go through this very unique time.
The Village Commission now has an office in the Village, open to the public the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, from 9 AM to 2 PM. You may find our Clerk Treasurer, Sara Forbes, upstairs in the North Shore Business Development Centre, at 229 Main Street (Quality Cuts entrance).
Office will be open for the months of January to June, September to December. Should school be cancelled on an office day, the office will remain closed.
Captain Scott Buckler is proud to launch his new enterprise; boating tours on beautiful Northumberland Strait on board the 42 foot, totally refurbished “Final One. ” You can book 2 to 2.5 hour tours or charter the Final One for a full 8 hour day of fun on the water. Phone 902 890-0388 or email email@example.com
Our 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.
Located on the warm waters of Northumberland Strait, Tatamagouche is close to beautiful beaches, golf courses, and a ski hill, as well as being a destination for hunting, fishing, and off road enthusiasts.
Offering a wide range of things to see and do for our many visitors, as well as a long list of amenities to our residents, Tatamagouche is a self-sufficient and growing community.
So, whether you’re looking for a tourist destination, or a place to put down roots, come and browse our site, and discover why Tatamagouche is just a great place to be.