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‘It means the world to me to see this through’
AFTON STATION, N.S. —
Rose Paul has been told by others to go big or go home.
She took their advice on both accounts – but in her own kind of way.
“I stayed home and made it big,” Paul said proudly when talking about the new Bayside Travel Centre, which opened in June on the Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation in Afton Station, Antigonish County.
“It means a great deal to me; it means the world to me to see this through. And I had every intention, and every passion and ambition I could hold on to, to see this come to fruition.”
Paul is the CEO of the Bayside Development Corporation – a business arm for the Paqtnkek Mi’kmaw Nation – which oversaw the development of a 16,000 sq.-foot, multi-business centre just off Exit 36 B on Highway 104.
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