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Office Open by Appointment Only

Due to increasing COVID numbers, beginning November 30 the Municipal office and Argyle Township Court House & Archives - ATCHA will be open to the public by appointment only.

If you require in-person services at these locations, we are asking the public to: 

✔️ Call in advance to book an appointment
✔️ Answer a pre-screening questionnaire
✔️ Wear a mask while attending appointment

We will be reassessing these protocols on December 14, and will keep everyone up to date on the latest procedures.

Thank you for your understanding.

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Municipality of Argyle Hiking Badge

Hike badge imageThe Municipality of Argyle and Hike Nova Scotia are happy to announce the launch of the new Municipality of Argyle Badge as part of Hike NS’s Hiker Challenge.

The Hiker Challenge is about inspiring, motivating and rewarding you - especially new and novice hikers - for getting out on Nova Scotia’s beautiful trails to start hiking or to hike more. Your reward for completing each challenge is a badge to show off on clothing or backpacks, as well as being listed on the Honour Roll.

Each season there is a prize draw including everyone who has earned a badge in the last three months. Prizes are gift cards generously provided by our partner The Trail Shop. So get your hike on and take the Hiker Challenge! Learn more at www.hikenovascotia.ca.

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Argyle Responds To YMCA's Announcement Of Closure, Welcomes Provincial Involvement

PRESS RELEASE: June 5, 2020

TUSKET, NS, - The Municipality of Argyle was saddened to hear the news of the YMCA Yarmouth Board’s difficult decision to close their doors permanently. As a consistent funder for decades, we were kept informed of the financial challenges the YMCA was facing. Recently, Argyle tripled its funding to $50,000 annually to play our part to aid in their increasing financial pressures.

Alas, the onset of COVID-19 closures was a devastating blow to our local YMCA. Regardless of our past commitment and our current increase in funding, it became clear to Argyle and certainly to the YMCA Board that our municipal efforts would not be enough to reopen their doors.

We recognize also that the financial burden is too large for us to resolve on our own. It will require the effort and the will of other layers of government, the community, and of course the YMCA. We were pleased to see a quick response from our Provincial Government as we seek better solutions to protect an important community service.

“Our Council and our community owe a great deal of gratitude for the YMCA staff and volunteers,” says Warden Danny Muise. “Whether they taught our children to swim, provided a safe haven for children at risk, or fundraised to support the YMCA mission, their value is beyond measure”.

Our Warden and Council will join ongoing efforts to engage the Provincial and Federal Government to aid a regional asset in a funding crisis. As we have stood in support for this service in the past, so shall we continue.

Media Contact:
Alain D. Muise, CAO
902-648-3293
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