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Fox Harb’r director of sport shooting Peter Phillips and president Kevin Toth. By Kristen Smith, Associate Editor
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WALLACE, N.S. — Under the direction of president Kevin Toth, expansion is underway at Fox Harb’r Resort on Nova Scotia’s Northumberland Strait. Owner Ron Joyce brought Toth — who was previously with Skyline Hotels and Resorts — on in 2015 and tasked him with creating a master plan for the 1,150-acre property.
“Mr. Joyce asked me to think 10 years down the road,” Toth told various Canadian media during a recent familiarization trip to Fox Harb’r. Joyce, a Tatamagouche, N.S. native, was a police officer in Hamilton, Ont., when he discovered the two-unit Tim Hortons brand. The co-founder of The TDL Group, Joyce sold the business to Wendy’s International in 1996. Af-
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ter acquiring land along the Northumberland Strait, Joyce created Fox Harb’r because he wanted to contribute to the community, as well as have a place where he and his friends could golf. As Toth tells the story, the next logical step was to add guest suites so his golfing companions could stay awhile, then a spa for when their wives joined them. Continued on page 15
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