Monday, May 20, 2024

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Monday, May 20, 2024 9:45 AM

Moved to Tuesday at 9:41 due to Victoria Day. Listen to Tim Houston, Premier of Nova Scotia, on Morning Talk on the 3rd Monday of each month at 9:45. Click HERE for our online player. Click HERE for our direct player.
Monday, May 20, 2024 8:00 PM

Pickleball and Basketball played every Monday from 8 to 9 pm at the OREC gym in Oxford. Click HERE for details.

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 1:00 PM

Walk and Talk is held every Tuesday and Thursday at 1 pm at the Wentworth Recreation Centre.

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 1:00 PM

The Oxford Seniors Club (31 Ellis Street) will host a Coffee House from 1 to 3 pm every Tuesday. All Are Welcome.

Tuesday, May 21, 2024 6:00 PM

Women's Pickle Ball is played every Tuesday from 6 to 8 PM at the Wentworth Recreation Centre.

Wednesday, May 22, 2024 9:00 AM

Listen to Tory Rushton, Minister of Natural Resources and Renewables on Morning Talk each Wednesday at 9 am.
Wednesday, May 22, 2024 10:45 AM

Listen to Oxford Mayor Greg Henley on Morning Talk every Wednesday at 10:45.
Thursday, May 23, 2024 9:00 AM

Listen to Murray Scott, Mayor of Cumberland County, on Morning Talk every Thursday at 9:00.
Thursday, May 23, 2024 10:00 AM

Liberal Leader Zach Churchill, Leader of Nova Scotia's Official Opposition will be on Morning Talk on the third Thursday of every month. Listen at 10 am.

Saturday, May 25, 2024 8:00 PM

Listen to Saturday Night in a Harbour Town, traditional East Coast Music, with your host, Eric MacEwen, Saturdays at 8 pm.
Sunday, May 26, 2024 11:00 AM

Hope Centre Online offers a faith based message that challenges you to look at today's culture and issues in a new way. Every Sunday at 11am at, YouTube, or Facebook.

Sunday, May 26, 2024 1:00 PM

Listen to a replay of Saturday Night in a Harbour Town with host Eric MacEwen, every Sunday at 1 pm.
Sunday, May 26, 2024 3:00 PM

Listen to Let's Talk, a live, radio, talk show syndicated across the Maritimes on nine radio stations, hosted at Hope Centre in Pugwash, NS. Listen every Sunday at 3 pm on Inspire FM or or

Who Are We

Six Rivers News, Radio, and TV is owned and operated by Six Rivers Hope Centre Ministries, a Nova Scotia not-for-profit society.

We are deeply indebted to those working behind the scenes in news gathering, radio production, and all other aspects of our public presentations—each and everyone is a dedicated volunteer committed to serving the community we call Six Rivers to the Sea.

All income, including advertising revenue, rental of facilities at Hope Centre, and charitable giving is channelled back into Hope Centre which provides the studio, office space, and the services dedicated to the community.

Contribute to Six Rivers Hope Centre Ministries by sending an eTransfer c/o Thank you!

This is Our Community

Six Rivers to the Sea is our community. It is not bounded by artificial lines like those that mark the perimeter of Cumberland County or other political designations. No, this community is bounded by the lines determined by the watershed that defines our region.

The whole world is covered in watersheds, each one gathering the lakes, rivers, tributaries, and other watercourses and feeding them, at some point, into an ocean. Six Rivers is no exception. 

Our waterways, including the TidnishShinimicasPhilipPugwashWallace, and Dewar rivers, all flow into the Northumberland Strait, giving us both fresh and salt water, and lots of it. We have these in common, naturally derived, not manly contrived.

Six Rivers to the Sea is therefore defined by our rivers, our "community of interest", it is where we live, work, and play, and it is truly beautiful.

While the New Brunswick border provides our western boundary, the Colchester County line is our eastern limit. The already mentioned Northumberland Strait  is our coastal edge, and our southern side is marked roughly by the Trans Canada Highway, Nova Scotia's Highway 104. In between is "Nova Scotia's Water Playground", home to numerous beaches, and everything you can imagine on, in, or under fresh water or the briny sea. Even when our water freezes in winter, the fun continues with down-hill skiing, cross country, snowmobiling, or simply walking in our other-worldly landscape.

How do you get here?

Some come by sea, landing at the many ports, marinas, and yacht clubs. A few come by jet, touching down at the private strip at Fox Harb'r Resort in North Wallace. But most come by land, travelling the Trans Canada Highway and other secondary highways and by-ways.

If you are on wheels, whether two, eighteen, or anything in between, there are a number of highways that lead to and through Six Rivers, but four entry points are central. If you are coming from other parts of Nova Scotia (from the east), you have arrived when you reach Wentworth on Nova Scotia Route 4, or Cumberland County on Route Six. If you are coming from New Brunswick, other Canadian provinces, or the USA to our west, drive through Amherst and continue on Route Six, or stay on the Trans Canada Highway 104 to the Town of Oxford, "The Gateway to Six Rivers to the Sea". Appropriately, you take Exit Six from the Trans Canada.

We are very proud of our Six Rivers region. It is rustic and rural, wooded and watered, farmed and fished, and home to some of the friendliest people you will find in this world. It is naturally off the beaten path, and that is part of its great beauty and charm. In short, it is our home, a great place to live, work, and play. 

Welcome to Six Rivers to the SeaNova Scotia's Water Playground.

Contact Us

Six Rivers News, PO Box 364 Pugwash, NS  B0K 1L0 

News and Admin 902-614-3000 

Studio Line 902-614-8448

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Managing Director Bill Martin

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