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CBRM Logo & Brand Visual Identity Guide... Cape Breton Regional Municipality also referred to as CBRM, is a regional municipality in Nova Scotia's Cape Breton Island. It is the second largest municipality in the province. According to the 2006 Census of Canada, CBRM's population is 102,250. In 1995, the government of Nova Scotia sought to reduce the number of incorporated towns and cities in the province through amalgamation. The municipalities from which the CBRM was created include: the Municipality of the County of Cape Breton, the City of Sydney, the Towns of Glace Bay, Sydney Mines, New Waterford, North Sydney, Dominion and Louisbourg. Read more↗

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