The Sunset Community Annual Report 2016

The Sunset Community is proud to announce that our 2016 annual report is available for viewing. Please click on the link below to open a PDF of the report.

The Sunset Community Annual Report 2016


Sunset Family Summer Fair 22nd July 2017

Request for Proposal, Pharmacy Services

The Sunset Community is looking for suppliers to provide a proposal for pharmacy services for its clients, which would include off-site and on-site pharmacy services.

Please click on the link to open/download the Request for Proposal, Pharmacy Services document for proposal requirements.

The deadline for submitting Proposals is June 30, 2017 at 16:00 Atlantic Standard Time (AST)

Employee Appreciation Event 8th June 2017


Thank you to all who made our

employee appreciation event a great success






Disc golf course named in honour of Denis Brown

31st May 2017


The nine-year-old disc golf course in Pugwash has a new name.

Read the story on the Amherst News – Citizen-Record website here


June 2017 Lifestyles Calendar

Click HERE to see what our Lifestyles team are up to in June.

The dandelions and buttercups gild all the lawn: the drowsy bee stumbles among the clover tops, and summer sweetens all to me.

— James Russell Lowell


We Are Hiring (Full Time LPN)

We are currently looking to fill the following positions:

Staff / Nurse Supervisors (LPN) Full Time Hours

  • Must have current registration to practice nursing in Nova Scotia.
  • Possess analytical and critical thinking skills.
  • Experience in mental health care is desirable.

To apply please fill out our online application here  or email resume to Jill Peterson

Sunset Employee Appreciation Day

The Sunset Community

Employee Appreciation Day

Map of Cowboy Town location

Come and enjoy fun and games with family/work colleagues!

Disc Golf Is Open!

9th May 2017

Denis Brown Memorial Disc Golf Course

Now Open!

Drop by and have a game, it’s fun for the whole family (Just bring your own discs).

Want more info on disc golf take a look here




Volunteer Recognition Night 26th April 2017 – Springhill

Thank you to all the wonderful volunteers that support the many organizations throughout Cumberland County.

On the 26th April 2017 the Dr. Carsen and Marion Murray Community Centre in Springhill hosted the Cumberland County annual volunteer appreciation night.

Julie Matheson, Executive Director and Bonnie Langille, Manager Lifestyles and Volunteer services were thrilled to attend the Cumberland County Volunteer appreciation dinner with Jim Wills from Pugwash who had been nominated for his outstanding contributions. Jim was among the prestigious group of 53 volunteers in total who were being recognized for outstanding volunteer work throughout the County. Guests were entertained by local artist singer song writer Dave Moore, a delicious dinner was served and messages of appreciation were given by Cumberland County Warden , Al Gillis and Cumberland south MLA, Jamie Bailey thanking all volunteers for their important contributions to their communities. All volunteers received award certificates and gifts by one of the Cumberland county councillors. Jim Wills has been a volunteer in the Pugwash area helping to create several organizations as well as serve in other organizations since he moved here over 57 years ago, Jim continues to be a voice for a safe community and for those who live with disabilities. Another local volunteer recognized for all his work in Pugwash and area was Mr. Peter Lewis. Our own Christine Henderson was recognized for the outstanding volunteer work she is doing with the Wentworth Historical Society.

Congratulations to all the volunteers of all ages throughout our communities, we are rich with great volunteers who so generously give of their time and talents.

Check out The Amherst News story on the recognition night here


140 Sunset Lane,
Pugwash, Nova Scotia,
B0K 1L0

Contact Info

E-mail: General inquires
Phone: 902.243.2571
Fax: 902.243.3222

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Health Association Nova Scotia