Cape Breton Store Offers Free Land, Job to Canadians Willing to Relocate

farmer-s-daughter-in-whycocomaghA family-run business is trying a unique approach to recruit people to live and work year-round in rural Cape Breton by offering two free acres of land to people who are willing to relocate.

Farmer’s Daughter is a general store and bakery in Whycocomagh, N.S., which has a population of about 800. Sisters Sandee MacLean and Heather Coulombe took over the business earlier this year from their dairy farmer parents, who started it nearly 25 years ago.

From Rick Gordon

One Response to Cape Breton Store Offers Free Land, Job to Canadians Willing to Relocate

  1. Vickie Eldridge says:

    I would be very interested in this. I can offer the talent to create a candle line for the store & am wonderful with making clients feel special …

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