Welcome to Port Mersey Commercial Park
Liverpool, Nova Scotia

Port Mersey Businesses

Aqualitas Inc.

Aqualitas Inc. is one of Nova Scotia’s first licensed producers of cannabis. Proudly located in the Port Mersey Commercial Park in the Region of Queens Municipality, Aqualitas uses a sustainable aquaponics cultivation process on an award-winning, proprietary platform created by its research & development subsidiary, FinLeaf Technologies.

RJ MacIsaac Construction Ltd

RJ MacIsaac Construction Ltd. We handle all types of projects including marine and land based dredging, armour stone breakwaters, excavation, demolition, tug, barge and scow work, sub-sea pipelines & cables and underwater drilling & blasting. We also offer tug and barge rentals.

We are currently the lead contractor in the dismantling and disposal of two decommissioned Royal Canadian Navy Ships, the HMCS Protecteur and HMCS Algonquin.

Lloyoll Built

Lloyoll Built has set up shop in the Port Mersey Industrial Park in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia. We are in the application process to certify this 20,000 sq’ facility to a CSA standard. This designation will allow us to ship structural products at various levels of completion to any destination in Canada.

Lloyoll Built will focus on modular construction and prefab living spaces. We are forging a strategic partnership with East Coast Modern, a Halifax based architectural firm that specializes in modular design

Covey Island Boatworks

Covey Island Boatworks is the marketing name for Lunenburg County Shipwrights Incorporated. The company is run by three directors: two managing directors and a third director nominated by employees for a two-year term. Most employees have a financial interest in the company.

Brady Home Building Centre

Proudly celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2014, Home Hardware Stores Limited is Canada's largest Dealer-owned hardware, lumber, building materials and furniture cooperative. The company is owned by close to 1,100 independent small business operators from every corner of Canada, who operate under one of its four banners: Home Hardware, Home Hardware Building Centre, Home Building Centre and Home Furniture. As a testament to Home Hardware's guiding ethic - that community and the common good is simply good business - the company remains a genuinely 100% Canadian, Dealer owned and operated major retailer.

South Shore Docks

South Shore Docks is owned and operated by Brian Silmarie. His company provides seasonal dock installation and removal as well as dock repairs and construction.

CelluFuel Inc.

CelluFuel Inc. is a Nova Scotia based start-up that is focused on the development of the production of synthetic renewable fuels from the forestry resource. It has an exclusive license for an innovative technology that it is in the process of transferring to Nova Scotia.

Innovacorp

We find, fund and foster innovative Nova Scotia start-ups that strive to change the world.

Established in 1995 and based in Halifax, Innovacorp is Nova Scotia's early stage venture capital organization. Target industries include information technology, clean technology and life sciences.

Early stage investment is at the core of Innovacorp’s business model, but the organization also provides hands-on business advisory services, tailored to meet the unique – and evolving – needs of each of the promising technology companies in its portfolio. It also gives entrepreneurs access to world-class incubation facilities and an international network of expert advisors.

Nova Scotia Lands

Nova Scotia Lands is a Provincial Crown corporation whose mandate is to access and where required remediate and redevelop crown-owned properties. Also, NS Lands is manager of the newly existing Harbourside Commercial Park in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Currently NS Lands is remediating and redeveloping the remainder of the former Sydney Steel Plant property. In addition, NS Lands is responsible for other properties acquired by previous owners of the Sydney Steel Plant.

These properties include tracts of land located in Sydney Mines, Sydney River, Grand Lake area, Catalone, Pictou, New Glasgow and Grand Narrows. The properties contain abondoned quarries, coal mines and areas encrouched upon by residential and industrial areas.