Onslow is a rural, unincorporated Canadian community in central Colchester County, Nova Scotia. The community is located along the north bank of the Salmon River, opposite the town of Truro and is largely a farming area. The area was first settled by Acadians and resettled after their expulsion as Onslow Township in 1761 by Irish emigrants under Colonel McNutt. The township is believed to have been named after Arthur Onslow.
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Bible Hill, NS | (902) 893-4824

Baker’s Chest Bed and Breakfast, located only 2 minutes from downtown Truro, the hub of Nova Scotia is a delightful home where...

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Lower Truro, NS | (902) 895-2823

Situated just off Highway 102, this Truro property provides free Wi-Fi in all areas. A refrigerator and a microwave are offered in...

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Truro, NS | (902) 895-2823

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Truro, NS | (902) 893-0330

The Comfort Inn® hotel is conveniently located near the Truro Mall and the Rath Eastlink Centre with easy access to the...

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Truro, NS | (902) 893-7199

The Belgravia Bed & Breakfast is located in beautiful downtown Truro, on the Trans-Canada Highway in the centre of Nova Scotia....

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Truro, NS | (902) 895-1651

Let us introduce you to the town of Truro; situated in the hub of Nova Scotia where all the major highways meet. Stay close to the...

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