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- Nova Scotia is the second smallest province in Canada, with an area of 55,284 km².
- Nova Scotia is a Canadian province located on Canada's southeastern coast.
- Nova Scotia is the second-smallest province in Canada with an area of 55,284 square kilometres (21,300 sq mi).
- Nova Scotia is a mosaic of rugged headlands, tranquil harbors, and ocean beaches.
- Nova Scotia is also Canada's most-southern-centered province even though it does not have the most-southern location in Canada, which is in Ontario.
- Halifax is also host to the Nova Scotia International Tattoo (a military drill held outdoors to music) in late June.
- William Hall, born in Hants County, Nova Scotia, becomes the first Nova Scotian and the first Black to win the Victoria Cross for Bravery in the war.
- The first railway station in Halifax was opened by the Nova Scotia Railway at that line's southern terminus along the Halifax Harbour at Richmond in 1858.
- She is a graduate of Dalhousie Law School and was admitted to the Bar in both Nova Scotia and Ontario.
- Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Ian Millar is the most successful show jumper in Canadian history.
- Esther Cox of Amherst, Nova Scotia was such a victim in a case that became one of the most frightening poltergeist accounts in Canadian history.
- Jay Malone, originally from Kentville, Nova Scotia, began doing standup comedy in 1999 while studying at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.
- Air Nova was an airline based in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada that became part of Air Canada in 2001.
- However, this did not last long: in 1631, under King Charles I, the Treaty of Suza was signed which returned Nova Scotia to the French.
- Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia she was a great-great-great-great-granddaughter of King Charles II by his mistress Barbara Villiers.
- King Charles I. afterwards conferred on him the sheriffship of Perthshire for life, and he was created baronet of Nova Scotia in 1625.
- In Nova Scotia, regional municipalities are a single level of government, and provide all municipal services to their communities.
- In Canada, southern Ontario, southern British Columbia, and parts of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are prone to smog.
- Basketball is a popular sport in parts of Canada, especially in Nova Scotia and more recently southern Ontario.
- In 1971, the Oland family sold Bluenose II to the province of Nova Scotia for the amount of one dollar.
- MacKay is from rural Nova Scotia, the son of former Tory cabinet minister (and friend of Brian Mulroney) Elmer MacKay.
- There are many other areas of similar coal deposits (e.g., Joggins, Nova Scotia).
- St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada also offers a Celtic Studies degree, optionally with a large Gaelic language element.
- Pictou, Nova Scotia Pictou is a small town on the northern coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, in Pictou County.
- John William Dawson was born in Pictou, Nova Scotia, where he attended and graduated from Pictou Academy.
- A sports enthusiast, MacKay is active in local adult rugby, baseball, football and hockey teams in Pictou, Nova Scotia.
- In 1986, Trungpa Rinpoche moved the international headquarters of Vajradhatu to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he died the following year.
- Rick Mercer received a honorary high school diploma for his outstanding efforts and determination from Landmark East School in Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
- From 1806-1808 he commanded the North American station, headquartered first in Halifax, Nova Scotia and then Bermuda.
- Bobby Fuller is the title of a track by the Halifax, Nova Scotia band The Baketones.
- Some of the Black Loyalists from Nova Scotia would later make their way there also.
- Fenwick Place is a Dalhousie University student residence in the south end of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- During the War of 1812, the Royal Navy's blockade of the US Atlantic ports was orchestrated from Bermuda and Halifax, Nova Scotia.
- In 1784, the province of New Brunswick was carved out of Nova Scotia for the loyalists.
- The Maritime Life headquarters were located in Armdale, Nova Scotia (part of Halifax) near the head of the Northwest Arm.
- As the cultural and government center of Atlantic Canada, the capital region of the Province of Nova Scotia is approximately 2,400 square mils in size.
- Shubenacadie is a community located in Hants County, in central Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Truro (2006 population 11,765 [ 1]; urban area population 22,777 , conglomeration area population 45,777) is a town in central Nova Scotia, Canada.
- In 1984, Lewis was elected mayor of Annapolis Royal thus, becoming the first Black mayor in Nova Scotia and the first Black female mayor in Canada.
- John Chandler is a politician of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
- Blomidon Provincial Park is a camping and day-use park located on the shores of the Minas Basin in Nova Scotia, Canada.
- The highest tides in the world occur in Minas Basin, in Nova Scotia.
- General Location: The wetland is in the southern extension of Minas Basin and immediately north of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia.
- The Mariners Centre is a 1,750-seat multi-purpose and double ice surface arena in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- In Mabou (a village on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia) everybody enjoys music," began Jimmy Rankin, as he explained how the Rankin Family started singing.
- The team relocated from Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1988 and was renamed for Cape Breton Island.
- Under the Peace of Utrecht (1713–14), the Nova Scotia peninsula was awarded to England, although Cape Breton Island was retained by the French.
- CanJet is a low-cost airline based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- CanJet is a low-cost chartered airline based in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada at the Halifax International Airport in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
- Armdale is a Canadian urban community located in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia at the head of the Northwest Arm.
- Don Koharski (born December 2, 1955, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada) is a professional ice hockey referee.
- Alderney Landing is a convention centre and theatre in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
- The training camp will take place in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia from October 7 through October 12, 2003 at the Dartmouth Sportsplex.
- Downtown Halifax is a district in Halifax, Nova Scotia on the eastern edge of the Halifax Peninsula.
- Downtown Halifax is a neighbourhood in the Capital District of Nova Scotia 's Halifax Regional Municipality in the community of Halifax.
- Antigonish Arena is a 2,290-seat multi-purpose arena in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- From there, at the age of 16, he moved farther east to St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia.
- With downtown Halifax, Casino Nova Scotia and Lake Banook, each within seven kilometers of the hotel, there are many activities close to this hotel.
- The Pugwash area, and indeed the entire north shore of Nova Scotia, is famed for its warm waters and sandy beaches.
- BIOGRAPHY. Sharon Carstairs was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and first ran for office in Albertan provincial riding of Calgary-Elbow.
- Crashing Blue - Sound samples, news, shows, biography, images and quotes from the Nova Scotia band influenced by Dave Matthews Band and Radiohead.
- Settlement was greatly accelerated by the resettlement of Loyalists in Nova Scotia during the period following the end of the American revolutionary war.
- At the same time the British Crown began bestowing land grants in Nova Scotia on favored subjects to encourage settlement and trade with the mother country.
- The Proto-Atlantic Ocean was a narrow trough of seawater through the heart of North America from what is today Texas to Nova Scotia.
- This changed with food related outbreaks in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, California and Texas.
- The first conference was held in July 1957 in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, hence the organization's name.
- Dr. Rotblat led the talks from the first meeting in 1957, held in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, until 1997.
- The first meeting was held in 1957 at the estate of Cyrus Eaton in Pugwash, Nova Scotia.
- Rotblat was soon approached by a Canadian millionaire, Cyrus Eaton, who offered to host such a conference in his home town of Pugwash, Nova Scotia.
- Ani Pema served as the director of Karma Dzong in Boulder, Colorado until moving in 1984 to rural Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to be the director of Gampo Abbey.
- She is now the Director of Gampo Abbey, Nova Scotia, the first Tibetan monastery in North America established for westerners.
- Pema Chodron has been the director of the Gampo Abbey, a Buddhist monastery in Nova Scotia.
- The Earl of Southesk also holds the Scottish feudal title of Baron of Kinnaird and is a Baronet in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.
- The Duke is also a Baronet of Lundie (created 1627) in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.
- There was likewise Colquhoun of Tilliquhoun, a baronet of Scotland and Nova Scotia (1625), but this family is extinct.
- Born in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, the son of George Killam and Caroline Clements, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1872 from the University of Toronto.
- Scott Storch was born in Nova Scotia, Canada,[ 1] the son of a court reporter and a singer, both of Jewish heritage.
- Born in Quebec City, the son of Sir Dominick Daly, he was called to the bar in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1864.
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