Digby Pines Golf Course sold by N.S. government
Resort's value appraised at $0 due to overdue upgrades
December 19, 2019 By CBC News
The Nova Scotia government has essentially sold the Digby Pines Golf Resort and Spa to private owners at zero cost, but is still responsible for a half-million dollars in closing costs and brokerage fees. The sale, which includes the Digby Pines Golf Course, was made to Halifax business owners Besim Halef and Glenn Squires and the Bear River First Nation for $1 million, but the government has agreed to provide a $1-million credit for needed upgrades.
Print this page