May 24

Scuba Diving Course

Recreational SCUBA Course
(NAUI Open Water Diver)
St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish
On the June 20 / 21 Weekend
Car pooling is available from Sherbrooke
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM (Saturday & Sunday)
Cost is $500

Except for your personal equipment, you will need: mask/snorkel/fins/boots.
(Please contact if you are in need of any of this equipment)
All the necessary SCUBA equipment will be provided and is included in the course.
Must be: minimum of 16 years old, in good health (medical form required), able to swim (swim test required)
Registration Kits available at St. Mary’s Recreation Office in Sherbrooke

(A non-refundable $250 deposit is required by no later than June 5th. Payment (cash/cheque/debit) can be paid at the St. Mary’s Municipal Building with the balance payable no later than June 19th.)

For more information, questions and other details, contact the Recreation Department at (902)522-2598 or Terry at 902-401-9479 or e-mail

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May 20

Sheet Harbour Farmer’s And Craft Market Dates

Sheet Harbour Farmer’s and Craft Market
Where: Eastern Shore Wildlife Association Building
Address: 200 Pool Road
Time: 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

June 6 and 20
July 4 and 18
August 1 and 22
September 5 and 19
October 3 and 17
November TBA

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May 20

Sheet Harbour Farmer’s and Craft Market

Meet our Vendors

Robert Moser – Moser’s Art & Photography – Specializes in wildlife and nature scenery.
Contact info:
Phone: 902-885-2395

Sandy Moser – Moser’s Art & Photography – Specializes in wildlife art and photography.
Sandy Moser is an international award winning artist who is inspired to paint the wild creatures of the world. Her realistic style captures the essence of these animals and birds. The dominant theme in her paintings is the relationship between the environment and the animal and bond between mother and baby. Sandy’s work has been featured in many selected group shows within the province of Nova Scotia. She is currently a member and founding president of the Seacoast Trail Arts Association and is a member of Visual Arts of Nova Scotia. Sandy’s paintings are now in private and corporate collections in many parts of North America, Europe and New Zealand.

Jewels of the Sea – Sea Glass Jewelry
Sandy’s latest venture is designing and making sea glass jewelry. She uses sea glass from the Atlantic Provinces and she buys glass from buyers around the world. She also uses a 2 toned glass that is very unique and shows 2 to 3 different colors in the glass. She likes to drill or to wire wrap the glass. She sells sets of earrings with a necklace, as well as selling those items separately. Her new line that she has designed, are charm bracelets, lockets that are filled with sea glass, and bracelets that incorporate lampwork beads.

Contact info:
Phone: 902-885-2395

Ashley Chisling -Younique Cosmetic’s by Ashley Chisling

Description of Product: All natural cosmetics, ranging from skin care to mascara and everything in between.

Website and/or Facebook page


Phone #, 902-2192376

Valerie and Brian Mosher – Shalebrook Handcrafted Soap

Description of Product: Shalebrook Handcrafted soap bars are created in a time honored process. Shalebrook handcrafted soap bars are created here on the Eastern Shore in Moser River, NS. Unlike commercial bars that consist mainly of detergents and chemicals that tend to strip the skin of their natural oils, our high quality ingredients include vegetable-based oils as well as lard and tallow, butters, clays, honey, tussah silk and other skin loving products. The ingredients for each soap batch we make are chosen for the individual properties that they each will bring to the new bar of soap. Where possible we use local products such as dandelions, maple syrup, bladderwrack and plantago. Other ingredients come from as far away as Africa, Australia and the Dead Sea located between Jordan and Israel. The ingredients in each bar of soap are located on the packaging or on our website at

Once the desired formula is calculated the soap is produced in one of three ways: hot process, cold process or cold process stove process. The finished soap is then poured into molds and allowed to harden. After coming out of the loaf mold, each bar is hand cut, air dried, cured and hand packaged.

Products: luxury bars, regular bars and specialty bars that are designed for problem skin, facial use and shampoos, and lip balms.

Other Ingredients: beeswax, lanolin, avocado butter, avocado iol, Cocoa butter, mango butter, Castor oil, Rose Hip Oil, Jojoba oil, Vitamin E oil, Spearmint, Peppermint, Rosemary, Calendula and Chamomile.



Facebook: Shalebrook Handcrafted Soap

Safia Day – J.R. Watkins Representative
Description: Crafted in the USA since 1868. Our commitment is to making hard-working products from high-quality natural ingredients.
Bath & Body products – soap and liquid soaps, Bath & Body Oil, hand creams
Gourmet – Extracts – vanilla, lemon, caramel, cherry and peppermint extracts, and more.
Spices – salt, peppercorns, seasonings, grinders, cinnamon and more
Health – Vapor balms and drops, Menthol Camphor Bath and Rub, balms, liniments, salves, vitamins and supplements.
Home Care – dish soaps, al purpose cleaners, wipes, room fresheners, hand soaps, laundry detergent and more.
Phone: 902- 772-2789
Kyley Cole – Wynt Farm
Description of Product: We grow a variety of vegetables that are grown using natural methods picked fresh for the market. We will also have homemade baked goods available cookies, squares and loaves. And we have seasonal cut flowers.
Phone number: 902-568-2719
Gary and Lori Levy – Salmon Cove Woodworking
Products: hand crafted wooden spoons, salad spoons, salad forks, cutting boards, canes, tables, cedar birdhouses and more.
Phone: 902-885-2145
Lena Spears – Lena has a wide array of products including:
Homemade baked goods -pies, loaves, squares, cookies, jams, jellies, pickles and more.
Handcrafted – knitted mittens, hats, sweaters, braided hangars and more.
Phone – 902-885-2270
Eileen Maldeis and Melodie Berlyn – The Fudge Ladies
The best fudge ever.
Phone: 902-347-2090
Julie Hogg – Hand Sewn Products
Products: hand sewn purses for young girls, diaper bags, chidren’s totes, nurses’s totes, Halloween and Christmas costumes and delicious chocolates.
Phone: 902-885-2352
Clarence Misener – Leather maker
Products: handmade belts, men’s wallets, ladies purses, guitar straps and more
Bill Williams – Vegetables
Product: mixed greens and vegetables, “the best Hodge Podge in the land”.
Crystal MacLeod – Little Luxuries Soapworks
Products: Soap, bath bombs, bubble bath, lotions, scrubs, hand and body lotions, whipped sugar scrubs, scented wax melts and warmers and gift packs.
Email – and Theresa –
Facebook – Little Luxuries Soapworks Independent Consultant Crystal Macleod
Phone: 902-891-0757.
Melanie Ashton- Scentsy
Products – Scentsy sells flame less warmers, scented wax, scent circles, scent packs, body products such as soaps and hand lotions, shampoo and body gels, perfume and laundry products! All very wonderful smelling.
Phone: 902-789-6056
Gail Martin- Treelings and flower bombs
Products: Treelings has been shipping tree seedlings across Canada since 2004 for weddings, corporate events and other ‘earth-approved’ occasions. We also sell seedlings and small trees for landscaping and forest remediation and like to work with the land owners to insure healthy reforestation. Our non-profit tree planting projects are for very special trees and very special people. We sell treelings, landscaping trees, seed bomb favors, plantable paper gifts, bulb in a box gifts, customized seed packets and more.
Facebook –
Kim MacDermid Campbell –Miche Bag Representative and South Hill Design Jewelry.
Description of Product: Miche Bag: Want a purse that matches your outfit every day without the hassle of moving all that “stuff” from one bag to the other??….let me introduce you to Miche. Keep all your things in your purse and simply change the cover (shell) on the purse. Start with a base bag….we have four sizes to choose from (Petite, Classic, Demi & Prima) then select some covers (shells). We have a wide array of stylish and affordable shells to select from — one for every occasion, outfit, and mood! You can also accessorize your bag with handles, straps, wallets, clips and more. With Miche…’s one bag with endless possibilities….so relax, take your time, and discover your inner Miche.
Phone: 902-406-0224
FB Group:!/groups/120879047941/
My website:
You can look online but contact me to purchase….I can save you extra $$.

South Hill Design Jewelry – Kim MacDermid Campbell
“Make Life Beautiful” with South Hill Designs. Choose a locket and add charms, coins, etc to tell your story, or reflect your style or your current mood. Build your locket and show them what’s “in your heart”. Come see how you can create your own unique, personalized locket. SHD is known for their “floating lockets” but you can also find other great jewelry here like bracelets, wraps, chains, rings and earrings….and more.

SHD Representative #512420

You can look online but contact me to purchase….I can save you extra $$.
Debbie Dicks – Independent Univera Associate
Product Description: Debbie Dicks Wellness and Weight Loss Consultant and Coach
Univera’s mission is to bring the best of nature to humankind. The world’s leading Aloe producer, Univera is powered by Aloe and backed by science. With a strong nursing and health promotion background and Univera’s amazing nutraceuticals I am uniquely positioned to help you improve your health, vitality, prosperity and purpose!
Phone 902-891-0127
FB- Live well with Debbie
Sandra Swinkels – Swinkels Bee Products

Description of Products: Honey, Natural Deodorant, soap, lip balm, body moisturizer, facial moisturizer, body wash, hand sanitizer, room/bedding spray, bath salts, salve & beeswax candles.

Phone #: 902-863-5791 (home), 902-863-5559 (work) or 902-870-5106 (cell)

E-mail address:

Facebook page:
Lisa Whitman – Epicure Spices and Granma Whitman’s Alternative Cakes & Crafts

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May 08

Kitty’s Bound for Broadway Musical Theatre

Start Spreadin’ the News!

Kitty’s Bound for Broadway musical theater show by Kerry Miller is at the Lions Centre, Sheet Harbour, on Wednesday May 27th, 7 pm. Tickets are $15.00 and to reserve call the Sexual Health Center at 885-3693 or Lea Place at 885-2668 or visit the Bank of Nova Scotia to purchase ahead of time. Tickets will not be sold at the door however, the reserved tickets can be paid for at the door, or prepurchased from the Bank of Nova Scotia.

The ticket includes the movie with a New York style popcorn/candy treat and a refreshment and decadent dessert served during the after show meet and greet. The door prize is 2 tickets to Neptune, and there is an opportunity to purchase a $2.00 ticket for a draw on an authentic New York Cheesecake.

The event is sponsored by Sheet Harbour Sexual Health Center and it is their annual public awareness fundraiser to help support programs and service.

Contact information:

Vicki Rutledge

Sheet Harbour Sexual Health Centre – 902-885-3693


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May 08

Happenings at the Henley House

The Henley House Pub and Restaurant is open for the season on Thursday May 7th. Hours for Thursday is 12 till 10pm. There is trivia every Thursday from 8 until 10
Every Friday we open at 12 until 10pm with Wing Night starting at 4.30pm.
Every Saturday and Sunday 12 till 2pm we serve a delicious Brunch menu!
Sunday May 10th – A Mothers’ Day Special in addition to the regular menu!
Our All Day Special is a Half Lobster Dinner with your choice of side, a delicious dessert buffet and a FREE Mimosa for Mom for $19.99 per person. From 4pm till 8pm we will also offer a Roast Leg of Lamb with garlic mashed potato, vegetable of the day and a demi glaze mint sauce. Make your reservation today and treat your mother by having us cook for her!
Saturday May 16th – A night of great live music – Amanda Riley with Scott Asprey and Chris Burrows. $10 tickets available. This will be a busy night so get your ticket now to make sure you attend!

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May 08

Chase the Ace

Chase the Ace at the Sheet Harbour Legion starting up again on Friday May 15, 2015 and will continue every Friday evening until the Ace of Spades is cut and the Jackpot awarded to the winner. Tickets will be sold from 6:30 until 7:30pm. Cost to play is $5.00 minimum. This time 10% of the total proceeds earned by the Legion will be donated to the Lions Centre for the care and upkeep of the Lions Centre bus. Everyone 19 years and older is invited and welcome to play you do not need to be a member of the Legion.The bar will be open. Please join us and come out to play!

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Apr 08


Yoga Class! Devon Query, certified Hatha Yoga Instructor Will be teaching yoga into the fall this year! Yoga Sequences to Develop Core Strength and to Liberate Your Mind! Classes include some breath technique, simple meditation and poses with longer holds in relaxed floor poses. This class is appropriate for beginners and experienced practitioners who wish to deepen their practice. The first class will be offered on Tuesday, June 30 at ESMH– X-ray Lab waiting area You may register by calling LEA Place at 885-2668 All Yoga Classes at 7PM-ESMH {Sheet Harbour Hospital} Tuesday June 30 Tuesday’s July 7,14, 21, 28 Tuesday’s August 4,11,18. 25 Tuesday’s September 1, 8,15,22, 29 Tuesday October 6 $5.00 per class Call LEA Place to register 902 885-2668

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Feb 07

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Jan 18

Seaside Fitness Center

Seaside Fitness Centre in the Bluewater Building in Sheet Harbour—Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday: 7:30AM-11:30AM & 1:00PM-9:00PM Saturday 8:00AM-12:00PM—for more info ph 902-885-2654

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Jan 14

Ramblings of an Old Goat

                                                                              A RACOON TALE

I attended a local clinic, and whilst in the waiting room, I got chatting to a local farmer. He told me how he used to make beet wine, and explained that the process involved beets, raisins, lemon, yeast, and a whole bunch of other stuff. On this one occasion, after approximately 30 days of brewing, he strained the wine, leaving a pail full of very potent offal, which he put outside for the night. The next morning when the kids headed for school, they found the pail of offal upturned and scattered, and a very drunk racoon laying on his back. He was covered in frost, with his hands and mouth stuffed full of raisins, and feeling no pain. You may remember a tune from way back, called the Hamster Dance, by Hampton the Hampster. It was a catchy song, very up beat, and sung by a cute hampster with a high pitched voice. Well in my warped mind, I can picture that racoon dancing around and singing that song, before finally collapsing in a drunken stupor.

Untill next time, The Old Goat

                                                 LOSING ONE’S HAIR

It can be a terrible experience, especially for women, although it can be hard for men also.
I am starting my third week at the Lodge That Gives, a Cancer Society sponsored, home away from home, for people being treated for cancer at the Dickson building in Halifax. I am a man, and already bald, but there are a lot of ladies in the lodge that are losing their hair, but they couldn’t be in a  better place while going through this terrible part of their lives. People come and go as they start or finish their treatment, there are appx 34 people there at any given time, and it is one great support group. After the first couple of days every one relaxes a bit as they get to know others, and they soon realise that everyone is in the same boat, fighting one or another type of cancer, and before long they are joking around, and staring this disease in the face, ready to fight it with every ounce of strength in their body. There is no charge to stay, and every effort is made to make everyone feel welcome, and at home. I thank the Cancer Society, and everyone who supports it, for this facility and the support it gives the many people battling this terrible disease. This is a little story, that shows a positive attitude to this situation. A Lady woke up one morning and looked at her head after weeks of chemo therapy, and saw that she only had three hairs on her head. So she said to herself, what am I going to do with my hair today, I think I will braid it. The next morning she found only two hairs on her head and she said to herself, I think I will make pigtails today. The next day there was only one hair on her head, she thought to herself, great, this is the perfect day for a pony tail. Fight on everyone, this disease will be beaten.

Untill next time, The Old Goat.


I just got back from snowshoeing, I’m out of breath, but feeling great. The neighbours dog accompanied me, and I enjoy his company, but he follows to closely and keeps treading on the back of the snowshoe, nearly tipping me over, I have to work on getting him to go ahead. The problem with that, for him, is that the snow was so deep today, that the trail was hard for him to find, but I think that we both had a good workout. I just got back from two days in Halifax, during this terrible weather we have just had, two hours to get into Dartmouth, and two hours from there to the VG. My dear wife was stuck in traffic with me, and she wasn’t handling it too well. I had an appointment which by this time I was already late for, she wanted me to get out of the car and get the attention of the vehicle next to us, which just happened to be a well known city counselor, and ask if I could use his phone to advise the person that I was to meet with, that I was stuck in traffic, I didn’t see that working out too well, so I didn’t. We finally reached our destination,1 hour late, but every one else was also 1 hour late, so everything worked out fine. It would be good if they could adjust the traffic lights on main arteries to stay green much longer in snowy, icy, weather, as by the time the lead car stops spinning their wheels and gets traction, the lights are already changing to red, causing a long backup of traffic. But the snow plough people did a great job, and we arrived home safe, and I was able to enjoy a wonderful Saturday morning hike through the woods, on my snowshoes.

Untill next time, The Old Goat.


Gourmet Cooking seems to be all the rage right now, and has been for a while. My wife always cooks supper, as she doesn’t appreciate my cooking skills. Before we met I survived on my own for appx 4 years, between leaving my parents home and getting married, so I feel that qualifies me as a good cook. The pleasure I get as the can opener cuts through the top of a can of heinz baked beans, and that aroma hits my nose, ahh, pure ambrosia, the food of the Gods, and canned spaghetti, or ravioli, these epicural delights are my reason for getting out of bed each day. I guess my wife just doesn’t appreciate the finer things in life. Another of my favorite foods is the triple cheeseburger, pure heaven. Have you ever experienced being hungry on a long car journey, and you see a hamburger joint, and the juices begin flowing. So you give in to the hunger and order your favorite burger and a coffee to go, there you are, driving along, and you smell that delicious food sitting by your side, you just can’t wait to be stopped at the next traffic light so that you can grab it and take that first bite. You are stopped; you quickly pick it up and peel back the wrapper, and are about to take the first bite, and the light changes. Your left hand is on the wheel, and in your right hand is that delicious, dripping, burger, and you can’t wait. You bite, and ohh that tastes so good, and the first thing to shoot out from the bun and land in your lap is the pickle, quickly followed by the slice of tomato. You can’t take your eyes off the road, and you can feel a hot gooey mess burning your fingers and chin. You need to wipe your hand and your chin, or in my case, my beard, so you put the burger down next to you, while still keeping your eyes on the road ahead, and blindly with your right hand you search for a napkin. You find one, and with your elbow steering the car, you wipe your hand and chin and try to locate the pickle and tomato. Luckily, another red light, so you quickly rearrange the burger in the wrapper, tidy things up a little, and off you go again. A third of the way through the burger you become thirsty, and want a sip of the boiling hot coffee that you have sitting in the cup holder, which thankfully you already opened the tab on the lid, so it shouldn’t be a problem. You hold the burger in your left hand, steering with your wrist, you pick up the large double double and bring it to your lips, and again you feel something dripping down your chin, only this time you are sure you are suffering third-degree burns. You eventually make it home, and the first order of business is to throw all of your clothes into the washing machine. Then you take a bath, and follow that by applying a soothing antiseptic cream to your chin and fingers, while thinking that tomorrow would be a good day to clean the inside of the car. Please do not do this while driving, this is definitely a no no in the defensive driving handbook, and it is very dangerous, and as the title of this story states, this was just a dream I had, just a delicious, painfull  dream.

untill next time, The Old Goat.


For you men who share life with a wife who has “Hot Flashes”, I have sympathy for you. It seems that my wife, whom I love dearly, has been going through menopause for the last 35 years. While I do sympathise with her for having to go through this period of her life, ” What about me “. We are a one car family, and travel together most of the time; I think that I deserve a medal for what I suffer through on a trip to town. Her fingers don’t leave the heat and fan controls, hot, then warm, then cold, direct the flow of air to her feet, then to her head, turn the fan to full speed, then to slow. I usually feel safe when she is driving the car, but when she is fiddling with the heat controls, that is her only concern, 100% concentration on the on the temperature, no matter we are heading for the ditch. While she is playing with the heat controls, I am opening and shutting the windows trying to maintain moderate weather conditions within the car. When I complain to her, she tells me that men go through menopause also, and that is the reason that I am opening and shutting the windows all the time, I can’t win. Our previous car had separate heat controls for either side of the car, I didn’t realise what I was giving up when we sold it. There is hope though, I read an article that said to take rhubarb pills for hot flashes, maybe I can sneak some into her food. I used to mix glucosomine  pills in with our dogs food, to help with his arthritis, so maybe I can do the same with her. But with her thinking that the problem is mine, and not hers, for all I know she is probably already slipping rhubarb pills into my food.

Until next time, The Old Goat.

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Dec 06

NSCC Sheet Harbour Area Continuing Care Assistant Program Information Session

Are you interested in working in the Health Care field as a Continuing Care Assistant (CCA)? LEA Place is working with Eastern Shore Memorial Hospital and NSCC to offer the Continuing Care Assistant (CCA) training in the Sheet Harbour community.

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity contact LEA Place at (902)885-2668 and your name to be added to our list. These names will then be contacted about attending an information session put on by NSCC in the winter 2015. Please feel free to pass this information to others who might be interested.

LEA Place Women’s Resource Centre in Sheet Harbour offers many programs. For info on these programs go to

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Dec 06

Annual Sheet Harbour Seaside Festival

Every year the  Sheet Harbour Lion’s Club holds its annual Seaside Festival in August. Community pride and fun includes a street parade followed by a supper at the Lion’s hall. There are also many other events and activities during this time.

See the list of events from 2014 by downloading the event list in PDF format by clicking here.

Bookmark this page and come back in 2015 to get information for next years Festival

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Dec 05

Online Store Retail Links

  1. Canadian Tire

  2. Costco

  3. Ebay Canada

  4. Ebay US

  5. Walmart

  6. Toys r Us

  7. Home Hardware

  8. Home Depot

  9. The Shopping Channel

  10. Princess Auto

  11. The Source

  12. New Egg –  computer and electronics

  13. Tiger Direct – computers and electronics

  14. Sears Outlet Site

  15. Staples

  16. Best Buy

  17. Future Shop

  18. Shaw Direct Satellite

  19. Bell Satellite TV


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Dec 05

RCMP Updates

RCMP Nova Scotia Traffic Services Road Safety – 2014
The RCMP is striving to ensure public safety on our highways by employing team enforcement strategies and awareness/education initiatives that focus on the main causal factors of crashes.
For the month of December, the RCMP focus is on –
Impaired Driving
– Operation Christmas
– MADD Red Ribbon
– Checkpoint 100

Investigations and Charges

RCMP seize firearms and lay several charges, Sheet Harbour, N.S. 2014-12-17 Halifax District RCMP charge two men after a search in Sheet Harbour.

On December 3rd, the Halifax District RCMP Street Crime Enforcement Unit (SCEU) with the assistance of RCMP officers from Musquodoboit Harbour and Sheet Harbour, as well as Officers with the National Weapons Enforcement Support Team (NWEST) executed a search warrant at a home in Sheet Harbour.

A number of firearms (long guns), various types of ammunition, a quantity of marihuana, drug paraphernalia and proceeds of crime were seized. The list includes; a Mosin-Nagant rifle, two Lee-Enfield rifles, three bayonets, one SKS Simonov rifle with scope, packaging and ammunition for an assortment of guns, a quantity of marihuana, cash and scales.

Two men were arrested at the scene, aged 22 and 20, both are from Sheet Harbour. The 20-year-old male was charged with Possession of Marihuana and was released from police custody on an appearance notice.

Stephen James Power appeared in Dartmouth Provincial Court last week and was released from custody. He will be back in Dartmouth Provincial Court on January 9th, 2015 to face the following charges:

Trafficking in Firearms
Careless use of a Firearm
Illegal Possession of Firearms x 3
Possession of a Firearm obtained by an Offence x 2
Unsafe Storage
Possession/purpose of trafficking of Firearm
Transfer Firearm without Authority
Possession of Firearm contrary to an Order x 3
Breach of Probation x 6
Possession for the Purpose of Trafficking in Marihuana.
The 20-year-old man will appear in court at a later date. The investigation is continuing.

Reporting Scams and Frauds

If you have not lost any money and have not provided personal or financial information (relating to a fraud or scam), and you simply want to inform the appropriate organizations, report it to the Canadian Anti-fraud Centre by calling 1-888-495-8501
If you received a fraudulent e-mail soliciting personal or financial information (phishing scam), you should also advise the financial institution or other agency whose name was used.
If you are a victim of fraud or if you unwittingly provided personal or financial information (identity fraud), follow the steps in our Victim Assistance Guide.
If you are a victim of fraud and it is not related to identity fraud, contact the police service of jurisdiction in your area.
Always report fraud to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at  or by dialing 1-888-495-8501 or on-line by visiting the CAFC website.

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Dec 05

Crime Stoppers Updates

Investigators are asking anyone who might have seen suspicious activity in the area to contact them. People can contact the Sheet Harbour RCMP at 902-885-2510 or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP202 + your message to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) or by Secure Web Tips at Calls to Crime Stoppers are not taped or traced and if police make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash reward from $50 – $2000.

RCMP investigate theft of all-terrain vehicle

December 12, 2014, Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia . . . Sheet Harbour RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance for information on the theft of an all-terrain-vehicle.

An all-terrain-vehicle was stolen from a shed in the community of Moser River, Nova Scotia. Police believe the crime occurred between 6:00 p.m. Nov 7 and 9:00 a.m. Nov 10.

The all-terrain-vehicle is described as a blue Grizzley Yamaha, license place FR520.

People can contact the Sheet Harbour RCMP at 902-885-2510 or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP202 + your message to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) or by Secure Web Tips at Calls to Crime Stoppers are not taped or traced and if police make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash reward from $50 – $2000.

RCMP investigate break and enters

December 12, 2014, Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia . . . Sheet Harbour RCMP is requesting the public’s assistance for information regarding a rash of Break Enter and Theft.

Sometime between Nov 8th to the 11th, 2014, three break & enters occurred within the Moser River area. The McMann House Museum Genealogy Centre was broken into where a black power box was stolen. The Moser River Park Hall and the Moser River Independent Baptist Church were also broken into. All three places are located in the same area.

People can contact the Sheet Harbour RCMP at 902-885-2510 or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP202 + your message to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) or by Secure Web Tips at Calls to Crime Stoppers are not taped or traced and if police make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash reward from $50 – $2000.

RCMP investigate damage to property

December 12, 2014, Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia . . . Sheet Harbour RCMP investigate a broken window of the school in Moser River.

Sometime between November 15th and November 18th, 2014 unknown person(s) smashed an exterior window of the Eastern Shore Consolidated School in Mosher River.

If you have information regarding this crime please call the Sheet Harbour RCMP at 902-885-2510. Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers by calling 1-800-222-8477, submit a Secure Web Tip at or by texting a tip – Tip 202 + your message to 274637.

Sheet Harbour RCMP investigate truck damage

August 27, 2014, Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia . . . During the evening of August 21st and early morning of August 22nd, the windshield of a truck was damaged while it was parked in the owner’s driveway on Church Point Road. The file remains under investigation.

RCMP investigate suspicious vehicle fire

August 27, 2014, Sober Island, Nova Scotia . . . Sheet Harbour RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance regarding a suspicious fire in a vehicle.

On Thursday, August 21st at 5:45 a.m., Sheet Harbour RCMP responded to a vehicle fire on Sober Island Road. Upon arrival, police and Halifax Fire and Emergency found a silver BMW parked in a driveway completely engulfed in flames. Preliminary investigation determined the cause of the fire to be suspicious. The file remains under investigation.

Jun 04, 2014, Sober Island ……Sheet Harbour RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance for information regarding a Break Enter and Theft.

Sometime between the months of January and May 2014, a summer residence on Mozier Cove Road was broken into and items were stolen. Items taken were tools, a socket set, jerry can full of fuel, an air compressor and a chain saw.

March 10, 2014, Sheet Harbour,Nova Scotia ……RCMP are requesting the public’s assistance for information regarding the theft of an All Terrain Vehicle.

Sometime overnight on Sunday 2014-03-10, a Red Honda 420 4X4 NS License EP889 was stolen from Church Point Road. The ATV has a red front windshield and black handlebar mittens.

Investigators are asking anyone who might have seen suspicious activity in the area to contact them. People can contact the Sheet Harbour RCMP at 902-885-2510 or Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), texting TIP202 + your message to ‘CRIMES’ (274637) or by Secure Web Tips at Calls to Crime Stoppers are not taped or traced and if police make an arrest and lay charges based on a tip, callers qualify for a cash reward from $50 – $2000.

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