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Shelburne is a small town (population 1700) in SW Nova Scotia, Canada, about 170km south on the same coast as Halifax, the provincial capital. It lies about 18km from the open ocean. This maritime region was part of the French colony Arcadia in the early 1600s. Their small fishing village was raided by English colonists in the early 1700s, who created a fishing station at Cape Roseway in 1715 – now known as Shelburne. It was raided by the infamous pirate Ned Low in 1722. In 1783 it was resettled by United Empire Loyalists, and the event is commemorated today in full-dress marches.

The Mi'kmaq, a First Nations people indigenous to Canada's Maritime Provinces, called the large and well-sheltered harbour Logumkeegan or Sogumkeagum. Fishing remains a primary industry. Other economic activities include tourism, ship building and repair, salmon aquaculture, logging and fish processing. It also has a significant history of film production. Many of Shelburne's buildings date back to Loyalist times, as seen around the neat and attractive Shelburne Historic Waterfront District. Places to visit include: The Shelburne County Museum housing an impressive collection of artefacts of Mi’kmaq, Loyalist, African, and Welsh heritage; the Osprey Arts Centre with live performances; and the weekly farmers' market in Shelburne, held on Saturdays between late May and October.

Take a harbour-side stroll along historic Dock Street in Shelburne, Canada's Lobster Capital. Take a lobster boat tour. Sample craft beers at Boxing Rock Brewing Co. Explore the Dory Shop Museum and witness the art of crafting these vessels first-hand, and the world of the Grand Banks fishery as it existed from 1880 to 1971. Shelburne Dorys were the most popular small craft in the Atlantic Provinces for almost a century. The Ross-Thomson House and Store Museum allows you to travel back to 1780s Nova Scotia, when thousands of Loyalist refugees began new lives after the American War of Independence.

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