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Latest News

  • Public Notice: Temporary Road Closure and Water Service Interruption

    October 15, 2021: On Monday, October 18th beginning at 7 am, Church Street, Liverpool will close between Park Street and Jubilee Street. Detours will be in place. The road closure will continue to be in

  • Queens County Pride Group

    Diversity and Inclusion Action Team is looking for interested community members in starting a Queens County Pride group.  If you are interested in starting a group, contact ...

  • Photography Workshops & Holiday Guide to Shopping Local

    Queens Coast wants you to look your best this holiday season! To get ready for this year's Holiday Guide to Local Shopping we are enlisting the expertise of Taryn Jollimore, a photographer with 20

  • Mi’kmaq Grand Council Flag Raising Ceremony at Region of Queens Municipality

    September 24, 2021; Liverpool, NS: The public is invited to attend a flag raising ceremony on September 30, 2021 at 10:00 am at Region of Queens Administration Building, 249 White Point Rd.

  • Accessibility Improvements Made at Beach Meadows Beach

    September 23, 2021; Liverpool, NS: Beach Meadows Beach, a municipally owned beach, is now more accessible as the result of improvements. 

    A MOBI mat and an accessible picnic table have been installed by

  • National Day for Truth and Reconciliation to be Observed by Region of Queens Municipality

    September 21, 2021; Liverpool, NS:  Recognizing the importance of the relationship with the Indigenous community, the need for reflection and education about the importance of reconciliation, and to