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information about the province of Nova Scotia, Canada.

15 Fun Facts About Halifax, Nova Scotia - Traveling With The Jones


Jun 25, 2015 ... Mr. Jones lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia for three years during college, and we've visited the Canadian maritime city multiple times together ...

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Aug 28, 2014 ... We visit Nova Scotia on this week's "Top 10 Interesting or Unknown Facts" video. Nova Scotia on Canada's east coast has quite a personality, ...

KidZone Geography - Nova Scotia Canada


Nova Scotia worksheets, photos and facts for preschool, kindergarten and early grade ... You can find out a lot of interesting information about the province at ...

Nova Scotia Trivia - Annapolis Valley Vacation


Nova Scotia Trivia are interesting tidbits of information about Nova Scotia, present ... province-wide pandemics; and some are just useless but interesting facts.

Facts About the Province of Nova Scotia - Canada News on About


Oct 18, 2014 ... A founding province of Canada, Nova Scotia is nearly surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and is known for high tides, lobster, fish, blueberries ...

Nova Scotia | Fun Facts and Trivia | Canada


Fun Facts about Nova Scotia. Interesting factoids, trivia questions. information and answers. Frequently asked questions and answers.

50 Things You Don't Know About Halifax | Halifax Magazine


Jul 30, 2013 ... The first African Nova Scotian to be elected to the Halifax City Council was Thomas J. Johnson. .... Additional sources include A Collection of Nova Scotia Firsts by Ruth A. .... I didn,t know some of these facts! ... I wish people would just read and enjoy this interesting article and stop picking on the grammar.

Interesting Facts - Town of Lunenburg


119 Cumberland Street, P.O. Box 129; Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada B0J 2C0; Phone: ... You are here: Home · Heritage; Interesting Facts. Interesting Facts .

Top 6 Halifax Facts | Destination Halifax


It's a great way to see the city, fun for the kids and has lots of history! ... (Oct 21, 1754) – Nova Scotia established the first Supreme Court in North America.

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Nova Scotia (Latin for "New Scotland", pronounced in English as /ˌnoʊvə ˈskoʊ ʃə/) (French: Nouvelle-Écosse; Scottish Gaelic: Alba Nuadh; Scots: New ... More »
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26 Fun, Weird & Interesting Facts About Halifax, Nova Scotia


Oct 4, 2012 ... Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia is the largest city east of Quebec City. Its got a young scene with 6 universities. Check out more fun and ...

Interesting Nova Scotia Facts - Karens Bed Breakfast


For temperature, Canada and all of Nova Scotia use Celsius instead of Fahrenheit. Nova Scotia is in the shape of a lobster(isn't that weird). Nova Scotia's ...

Nova Scotia - The Canadian Encyclopedia


May 27, 2015 ... Nova Scotia is Canada's second-smallest province (following Prince Edward Island) and is located on the southeastern coast of the country.