Wolfville


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Wolfville,

town (1991 pop. 3,475), W central N.S., Canada, on the southwest shore of Minas Basin. It is a market center for a dairy, fruit-growing, and wine-producing area. Acadia Univ. (1839) is the town's main employer and its cultural center.
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Wine tastings were arranged at the Domaine De Grand Pre Winery in Wolfville (www.grandprewines.com).
It was easy to see why as we drove to our first destination, Wolfville in the wine producing Annapolis Valley, a gently undulating landscape dotted with white clapboard houses and churches poking through the now reddening foliage of the fall.
Initially funded through grant applications drafted by students, Wolfville's Centre for Rural Sustainability now supports the development and implementation of applied sustainability projects in Nova Scotia's rural communities.
Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts degree (Honours in History).
Cherry Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics, Acadia Divinity College, Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
Acadia University hosted the 32nd annual Atlantic Provinces Council on the Sciences/ Chemical Institute of Canada (APICS/CIC) Atlantic Student Chemistry Conference in Wolfville, NS.
CANADA'S FIRST FAIR TRADE TOWN is Wolfville, N.S., as designated by TransFair Canada, an organization that certifies fair trade products.
The interim committee consists of Sandra Barr (Wolfville), Simon Hanmer (Ottawa), Michel Malo (Ste-Foy), Jim Teller (Winnipeg), and Jennifer Bates (Dartmouth).
Rita was born June 10, 1918 to Frank and Mary Tony (Bradford) in Wolfville, N.
The fourth International Conference on Baptist Studies will be held July 12-15, 2006, at Acadia University, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, with "Missions" as the theme, encompassing home and foreign mission, as well as evangelism and social concern.
Wolfville's classical theatre, Atlantic Theatre Festival was in trouble.
I am a student there at Acadia University and had the fortuitous chance of meeting Father Bob Holmes, member of the Christian Peacemaker Team, on an eventful Sunday morning when he was invited to say Mass in Wolfville's St.