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St. Margaret's Bay, Nova Scotia (administrative district)

St. Margaret's Bay is the westernmost administrative planning district of the Halifax Regional Municipality in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

St. Margarets Bay
Administrative District
Location of St. Margarets Bay planning area of municipal Halifax.
Location of St. Margarets Bay planning area of municipal Halifax.
St. Margarets Bay is located in Nova Scotia
St. Margarets Bay
St. Margarets Bay
Location within Nova Scotia
Coordinates: 44°38′40″N 63°40′34″W / 44.6444°N 63.6762°W / 44.6444; -63.6762Coordinates: 44°38′40″N 63°40′34″W / 44.6444°N 63.6762°W / 44.6444; -63.6762
Country Canada
Province Nova Scotia
MunicipalityHalifax Regional Municipality
Founded1612 (Head of St. Margarets Bay)
CommunitiesBlack Point, Boutiliers Point, French Village, Glen Haven, Glen Margaret, Hackett's Cove, Head of St. Margaret's Bay, Hubbards, Hubley, Indian Harbour, Ingramport, Lewis Lake, Peggys Cove, Queensland, Seabright, Simms Settlement, Tantallon, Upper Tantallon
Government
 • CouncilWestern Region Community Council
Time zoneUTC−4 (AST)
 • Summer (DST)UTC−3 (ADT)
Area code(s)902
Part of a series about Places in Nova Scotia

It is a rural area located on the southwestern part of Halifax County comprising those communities in the county located on the eastern and northern shores of St. Margaret's Bay through to the county line, terminating at the community of Hubbards. It borders on Hants County to the north and on Lunenburg County to the west.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Planning Districts 1 and 3 (St. Margaret's Bay) Area Plan". Halifax. Retrieved 4 July 2017.