Association des Acadiens-Métis Souriquois (AAMS)
The Association des Acadiens-Métis Souriquois (AAMS) of Nova Scotia, Canada, is an Acadiens-Métis organization; therefore, proof of Acadien and Aboriginal ancestry is required of its members. The term, “Souriquois”, means “salt water men” and was commonly used by early French explorers and settlers of our lands to describe the Mi’kmaw People of the Nova Scotia mainland and sea coast – thus distinguishing the Mi'kmaw from other Indian tribes.
Baie Ste. Marie Animal Society
Registered Non-Profit Organization
Exclusive hand crafted 925 silver jewelry from Chile with semi precious stones. Variety of handmade crafts and gifts for all ages. Items can be made to order.
(782) 826-53931286 Hwy 1 Church Point, Nova Scotia B0W 1Z0
Clare Feral Friends
Clean makes homes more energy efficient, restores watersheds, engages youth on the environment, promotes clean transportation, provides skills training for employment in the green economy, and partners with municipalities and First Nations on climate action.
(902) 420-3474126 Portland St. Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
Our Destination Travel
When it comes to getting away on vacation, no one likes a ho-hum experience. And that’s what Our Destinations Travel is on a mission to help you avoid.
(902) 890-2369Weymouth Nova Scotia
(902) 697-3090395 Main Street Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Soo Good Kitchen
Mouth watering, healthy, home made, and affordable Asian style foods! True flavours keep you coming back for more! Located in the Coastal Inn, Digby!
(902) 974-1164111 Warwick St. Digby, Nova Scotia
Stacey's Pawesome Treats
Healthy homemade pet treats! Can be customized to fit your pets needs! Available in grain free! Bulk saves! Shipping in Canada! Buyer pays shipping (discounts available)
(902) 308-29405834 Highway 101 Ashmore Digby, Nova Scotia
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