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“The press release from the mayor of the Town of Yarmouth of last week suggests that Th'YARC is in agreement with their plan other than a minor governance issue that is easily resolved. “Following a recent meeting to discuss governance with representatives of Th’YARC, it was agreed that there was plenty of common interest in the project, and the process of drafting governance requirements should proceed, without delay,” the media release read.

After a failed attempt many years ago to move forward with a new YARC – disagreement between the town and location was a stumbling block back then – Th’YARC said a year ago it had decided to once again pursue the building of a new YARC.

There are still first-time buyers and people returning from away to purchase cottages and land.

Buyers are interested in affordability, while seeking modern finishes, modern appliances and updated home furnishings such as farm house sinks and decorative faucets, kitchen islands, granite countertops, hardwood flooring and heat pumps.

The Yarmouth & Acadian Shores region is home to communities with roots over 400 years deep, tiny villages in the shadows of lofty churches such as the Musée Église Sainte-Marie, the largest wooden church in North America.

Though history hasn’t always been kind to the Acadians - they were caught between France and England as they fought for control over Atlantic Canada – it’s always interesting.

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The town says given its proximity to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Collins Street site presents “unique and superior possibilities.” Architect Brian Mac Kay Lyons, who the town has hired to come up with potential designs for a facility, also agrees the Collins Street site is the best of the downtown options.“Due to a recent press release by the mayor of the Town of Yarmouth, Th'YARC and its directors have been inundated with phone calls and texts asking if we have agreed to move downtown on Collins Street,” Mitch Bonnar says.