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1541 Main St, Mabou, Nova Scotia B0E 1X0
The Mabou C@P Site is partnered with Mabou Communications Ltd, both found in the Canada Post Building called Tigh Litrichean, or “House of Letters.”
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Mabou takes its name from a Mi’kmaq word meaning “where two or more rivers meet.” The area was first inhabited by Mi’kmaq First Nations People, and later by people of various ethnic origins such as United Empire Loyalists, Scots, Irish, Dutch, and others.
Mabou is known around the world as a wellspring of music: the Rankins and the Beatons are two renouned musical families who call Mabou home. The village hosts a variety of concerts, ceilidhs, and dances throughout the year. During the summer many local and visitors gather at the Red Shoe Pub for live entertainment.
An extensive trail system, which includes the Trans Canada Trail, allow one to enjoy the village’s surroundings. The C@P site provides services such as digital cameras and GPS tracking you can use outdoors.