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Nova Scotia is one of the founding provinces of Canada. Almost totally
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Nov 12, 2010 ... Nova Scotia entered Confederation under the British North America Act in March
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Key Facts. key-facts_header. Nova Scotia Statistics 2014. Population: 942,668.
Halifax Population: 414,398. Employment (age 15 & over): 447,600. Employment