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town (1991 pop. 5,506), W N.S., Canada, on the Cornwallis River, NW of Halifax. It is a tourist and trade center in the Annapolis valley, a fruit-growing region.
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with locations in Kentville and New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, the company said.
Its Apple Valley Foods subsidiary in Canada has operations in Edmonton, Alberta, and Kentville, Nova Scotia.
So those calls go to the municipal councillor in Cape Breton Regional Municipality or Halifax Regional Municipality or even a town like Kentville or Bridgewater.
The star was born on January 20, 1928, in Kentville, Nova Scotia, and got drawn to acting by his seeing his uncle Robert Donat's performance in 'Goodbye, Mr.
Their certificates were presented to them at the Kings County Museum in Kentville on 22 November.
As C/ WO Skyler Richardson of the 2444 RCACC Kentville, a candidate for the upcoming summer course states: "The ability to get your wings before you're even with the Forces is something I can't even imagine."
The alliance was constituted at the tail end of a three-day retreat for Halifax-based activists and community leaders in rural Kentville, Nova Scotia, in January 1971.
Irving, has agreed to a buffer of 16 acres to protect the Kentville Ravine, an ecologically sensitive area in the Annapolis Valley that is the site of some old-growth hemlock trees and other species that are reportedly at risk.
[and] when you develop this kind of reputation, it becomes easier to recruit high-quality staff" (151), the Leader as Partnership Builder (Keith Robicheau, Kentville) is "seen as a keen judge of people ...
The White Rock Formation is overlain by siltstone and slate of the Kentville Formation (Smitheringale 1960; Taylor 1965).

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