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You don't have to be a firefighter to appreciate the Firefighters' Museum of Nova Scotia in Yarmouth.

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The fountain at the north end of Main Street was placed by Clara Killam in 1893.

The fountain at the south end of Main Street was presented by Nathan B.

I find it so easy to speak from the heart with him about anything without worrying about him judging me.

I have depression, anxiety, and agoraphobia, so I basically worry about everything but he puts me at ease. Marais treats me like his equal and like we've known each other forever. Maria’s after a severe break of my left leg and a bout of compartment syndrome. Marais is NEVER too insecure to contact other professionals or read written materials to make a more educated decision. I detest doctors whose word is God and even hamper discussion of a subject because their word is the end all. Now Pam, who runs his office, is very efficient, but comes across a tad too 'bullyish' for me. Marais has been mine and my family’s doctor since he’s been here. He is honest in the sense that if he doesn’t know he will send you to someone that does.

Yarmouth's cultural legacy runs deep – from our thriving arts and entertainment community, to the architectural heritage that we find all around us.

Here are just a few places where Yarmouth's history comes to life.

In November 1920, a banner headline in the Yarmouth Telegram read "Local Council of Women Urge War Memorial." The Town moved quickly, and in January the tasks of collecting the money for the construction and of collecting the list of names to be inscribed on the monument began.

At the time of the unveiling on June 9th, 1923, there were 173 names to be put on the monument and a sum of ,272 had been collected.

In the museum are thousands of artifacts spanning centuries of Yarmouth history, the third largest ship portrait collection in Canada, and one of the largest costume collections in Nova Scotia.

The Archives are the largest non-institutional archives in Nova Scotia, with roughly 25,000 photographs, newspapers dating back to 1833, extensive genealogical records and a research library.

His secretary Pam, is absolutely amazing and I appreciate all they have done for me and my family over the years!!!

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