Chris d’Entremont is the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Argyle-Barrington.  Situated in the South West region of Nova Scotia, Canada, the Municipality of Argyle, the Municipality of Barrington and the Town of Clark’s Harbour are beautiful seaside areas.  It’s many fishing villages along the shore are made up of descendants of early settlers dating back as far back as the mid 1600s.

The area is largely dependent on the fishery, where it can boast the largest landings of seafood in the country.  Species include Lobster, Haddock, Herring and many others.

Tusket Office
6-4200 Route 308 Tusket
+1 (902) 648-2020

Barrington Office
3640 Highway 3, Barrington Passage
+1 (902) 637-3507


3 thoughts on “About

    Juanita Corning said:
    May 28, 2016 at 12:48

    Wanted to see if there is anything you can do to help the massive fly infestation in argyle head due to the mink farm?
    These flies have ruined our properties making going outside impossible. These flies carry disease and are very unpleasant. Something needs to be done about this. No one should be able to destroy what you worked hard for.

    Animal Aliance said:
    August 29, 2017 at 07:26

    I think the only way to handle the fly problem, would be to do completely away with the Mink Farms and any other animal holocaust once and for all. This is the twenty first century. Other countries are.moving forward, NS is taking a massive step behind.
    This doesnt look good for Atlantic Canadians; especially when there is animal abuse involved. When there is large farms where they breed, enclose animals their whole lives, then electrocute minks or beat them over the head so their fur isnt damaged so some ignorant human being can wear it, what does that make us look like? Why doesn’t NS bring around something its province can actually be proud of…on a real scale?

    Bonnie Smith said:
    December 30, 2017 at 11:26

    Hi. My name is Bonnie Smith. I am resident of Barrington Passage. I am sending this email to you as I cannot seem to get anything done with what I keep going through every winter. I and many others use the cross walls at the street lights here in Barrington to safely cross so we think it is safe. Thursday of last week I got hurt doing this. The walk way where you suppose to cross does never get cleaned off. So therefore when one walks through the pile of snow to cross over ones boots are covered with snow which happened to me and then when walking on icey highway to cross I fell and hit my head and bruised my finger. I went to hospital and now have a concusion and off work now. Is there anything you can do to make these cross walks safer? The department of highways and the municipality cannot seem to agree who is responsible. I did call municipality but closed. I knew this was going to happen to someone. I hope my recovery will be ok but if not I may have to go ahead with something to help myself. I hope I hear from you soon. Yours truly Bonnie Smith 902 637 7858

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