End of summer? Lifeguarding ends Sunday at select beaches

Lifeguarding season ends this weekend at a number of beaches in Nova Scotia.

Lifeguards to stay on at several other beaches in N.S. until Sept. 1

Lifeguarding will continue at Lawrencetown Beach for the first two weekends in September. (Molly Segal/CBC)

Lifeguarding season ends this weekend at a number of beaches in Nova Scotia.

As of 6 p.m. on Sunday, there will no longer be lifeguards at:

  • Yarmouth County - Port Maitland, Lake Ellenwood
  • Argyle County - Glenwood Park
  • Digby County - Mavillette
  • Cumberland County - Heather Beach
  • HRM - Dollar Lake, Clam Harbour
  • Lunenburg County - Bayswater
  • Antigonish County - Pomquet, Bayfield
  • Inverness County - Port Hood, Inverness
  • CBRM - Mira Gut
  • Victoria County - Ingonish
  • Richmond County - Point Michaud

The Nova Scotia Lifeguard Service will continue its supervision at eight other beaches until Sept. 1:

  • HRM - Rainbow Haven, Martinique, Queensland
  • Lunenburg County - Rissers
  • Yarmouth County - Lake Milo
  • Pictou County - Melmerby
  • Kings County - Aylesford
  • CBRM - Dominion

Lifeguards will be at Lawrencetown Beach for the Sept. 6-7 and Sept. 13-14 weekends.

The province says no one has drowned during supervised hours since the lifeguard service started 42 years ago.