This category lists sites for or about artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations. Subjects may include theater, fine and visual arts, music, literature, and architecture.
Canada's Historic Places: Chester's Barber Shop and Laurie's Beauty Salon
A wood framed building featuring a central gable with eave returns and a verandah across the south elevation. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Government of Canada Building
A long, two-story flat-roofed building (1954) ,located in the business district, whose exterior is clad in red brick with contrasting smooth, stone paneling and pilasters. Includes description, history, features, and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Joan Watson and Jackie Lavers Home
A large two story house (1913) with a hipped roof. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Kenny and Annette Power House
A home influenced by the traditional Island Ell or Gable Ell style. Provides description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: The A.A. Building
A a two-and-one-half story building located at the intersection of the Wood Islands Hill Road and Main Street. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: The MacLaren Building
A large rectangular institutional style building (1946) which was originally constructed as a hospital. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Dan MacKinnon Photography
A photographer with experience of more than twenty years. Provides galleries from family to pets, services, and pricing.
Garden of the Gulf Museum
Exhibits of items from prehistoric times to 1945 located in a brick and stone structure built in 1887. Includes exhibit information and a gift shop.
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