ON THE MAP, it’s just another dot by the sea.
On the ground, it’s just another unremarkable one-street village.
At its core, it has heart and soul and character and vitality to spare.
Socially and economically, it works.
This ain’t no quaint fishing village either, and there is no fish plant—and there is no mill, no factory and no call centre. There’s no idyllic sandy beach, no provincial or federal park, no famous landmarks or iconic tourist traps—not even a lighthouse, no resorts (former Timmy’s mogul Ron Joyce’s ultra high-end golf destination Fox Harb’r, complete with its own jet-capable airstrip, is just down the road—but really, it’s mainly a self-contained operation.)