The province announced Monday that provincial parks are welcoming people affected by the water shortage in southwest Nova Scotia to use their showers and access drinking water starting Aug. 31. Parts of southwest Nova Scotia are experiencing drought conditions amid low rainfall this summer. Read more: Maritime farmers say crops threatened by drought According to the province, the following camping parks are making designated facilities available for showers and water access between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. each day until further notice: Graves Island Provincial Park, Lunenburg Co. The Islands Provincial Park, Shelburne Co. Ellenwood Lake Provincial Park, Yarmouth Co., […]

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