Next time you win millions of dollars in the lottery, rent out this incredible ocean-front mansion in Chester, Nova Scotia with a bunch of your family and friends. This one of a kind estate has a commanding presence at the end of Chester's treasured Peninsula, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean the islands of Mahone Bay, Big Fish, Clay, Meisners, Quaker, the Tancooks, and beyond.
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This 3 acre island property is covered in meticulously landscaped gardens, a waterfront wharf, two double garages and a guest house. Interior designer Mary MacDougall’s detailed eye made this house warm and friendly - perfect for family life despite it’s enormous size. Go sailing nearby, workout at the in-house gym, or relax and enjoy the the multipurpose indoor spa. With 6 guest bedrooms, games / media / pool rooms, and a massive kitchen, this is the perfect spot for entertaining guests.
Some more of the mansion's luxurious features include:
Washer & Dryer
A Hot Tub
Next time you’re planning a getaway with friends and family, head over to Air Bnb or click here to check whether this island property is available. The house is capable of hosting sixteen people and costs $8801.00/night to rent (?). If you’re still on the fence, enjoy these unreal shots.
"We did receive a call this morning at approximately 10 a.m. to go to that location," Cst. John MacLeod told Narcity. "The information was that individuals were not following public health directives."
Once police found there were no rules violated, they left.
The current COVID-19 restrictions in Halifax prohibit in-door dining at restaurants, and allow only take-out, delivery and drive-thru services at this time. Mannequins, however, are fine to dine out.
Just hours after a new lockdown was announced for the Halifax Regional Municipality and some surrounding areas, police responded to reports of a large social gathering on Jubilee Road on Saturday morning at around 1 a.m.
According to CBC News, officers issued fines of $1,000 each to the 22 people in attendance for failing to comply with the province's COVID-19 regulations.
Shortly after, a photo began circulating on social media showing the group of young people appearing to hold the fines issued by police. Images were captioned, "Tickets on tickets #worthit."
Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin took to Twitter on Sunday, April 25, to confirm that the province would be increasing fines from $1,000 to $2,000 for breaking public health protocols. He also took a moment to add, "Reminder** - the gathering limit for the HRM remains at a maximum of 5 people."
Call him "Dr. Lowry." The Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry is getting an honorary doctorate from Acadia University in Nova Scotia.
According to the school, "[Lowry] rallied the nation when he led Canada's only NBA franchise to an historic NBA Championship victory in 2019." They also highlighted his commitment to improving the quality of life for people in Toronto and Philadelphia.
Speaking to reporters after the game on April 21, Lowry said "I'm getting my doctorate" before joking that once it's official he will not respond to anything other than "Dr. Lowry."
When asked what he will be a doctor of, the sports star responded "doctor of greatness."
According to the university, seven people will be receiving honorary degrees, including former Prime Minister Paul Martin, Murray Sinclair, and Nova Scotia's Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Robert Strang.