The Annapolis Valley Regional Library maintains an archive of useful information links. Please browse these below by selecting the category of information you are interested in.
211 is a free, confidential information and referral service putting people in touch with thousands of community and social services available across the province. Useful for teens, immigrants, seniors or anyone needing information on services.
A Canadian online directory service. Contains find a person, business or domain. It also features reverse lookup. There are links to maps and driving directions, also 411.info the link to the American online directory.
A source of Acadian and Cajun Genealogy, Culture, History and Music. Includes a library of the Acadian surnames and their family connections.
Services for businesses and individuals. Everything from marriage or drivers licences to land permits and property searches. Includes a life events section that covers procedures for things like losing your wallet, filing for divorce or what to do when someone dies.
Know what the air quality is like in Nova Scotia. The Air Quality Health Index is easy to use. It relates outdoor air quality to health risk. The lower the number, the lower the risk. The higher the number, the greater the health risk.
Borrow a kit for three weeks, and help your child become physically literate.
A worldwide site of volunteers who are online 24 hours a day, seven days a week to talk with people who are suicidal.
Covering the Atlantic region, this site includes a Buyer Beware section, Business inquiry search and how to file a complaint.
Breast Cancer Action Nova Scotia is a survivor driven group that voices the unique concerns of people living with breast cancer.