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NOVA SCOTIA INTERNATIONAL TATTOO
HANTS COUNTY
NOVA SCOTIA RAILWAY
DALHOUSIE LAW SCHOOL
CANADIAN HISTORY
KENTVILLE
ENFIELD
KING CHARLES
REGIONAL MUNICIPALITIES
SOUTHERN ONTARIO
BLUENOSE
RURAL NOVA SCOTIA
JOGGINS
FRANCIS XAVIER UNIVERSITY
PICTOU
VAJRADHATU
WOLFVILLE
BERMUDA
NOVA SCOTIA BAND
BLACK LOYALISTS
FENWICK PLACE
ATLANTIC PORTS
LOYALISTS
ARMDALE
ATLANTIC CANADA
CENTRAL NOVA SCOTIA
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL
CANADIAN PROVINCE
MINAS BASIN
YARMOUTH
CAPE BRETON ISLAND
CANJET
HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY
DARTMOUTH
DOWNTOWN HALIFAX
ANTIGONISH
CASINO NOVA SCOTIA
FAMED
BIOGRAPHY
SETTLEMENT
TEXAS
PUGWASH
CONFERENCE
DIRECTOR
BARONET
SON
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Definitions

  1. Nova Scotia is the second smallest province in Canada, with an area of 55,284 km². (Web site)
  2. Nova Scotia is a Canadian province located on Canada's southeastern coast.
  3. Nova Scotia is the second-smallest province in Canada with an area of 55,284 square kilometres (21,300 sq mi). (Web site)
  4. Nova Scotia is a mosaic of rugged headlands, tranquil harbors, and ocean beaches.
  5. 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.

Nova Scotia International Tattoo

  1. Halifax is also host to the Nova Scotia International Tattoo (a military drill held outdoors to music) in late June.

Hants County

  1. 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.

Nova Scotia Railway

  1. 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.

Dalhousie Law School

  1. She is a graduate of Dalhousie Law School and was admitted to the Bar in both Nova Scotia and Ontario.

Canadian History

  1. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Ian Millar is the most successful show jumper in Canadian history. (Web site)
  2. 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. (Web site)

Kentville

  1. Jay Malone, originally from Kentville, Nova Scotia, began doing standup comedy in 1999 while studying at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton.

Enfield

  1. Air Nova was an airline based in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada that became part of Air Canada in 2001. (Web site)

King Charles

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. Born in Halifax, Nova Scotia she was a great-great-great-great-granddaughter of King Charles II by his mistress Barbara Villiers.
  3. King Charles I. afterwards conferred on him the sheriffship of Perthshire for life, and he was created baronet of Nova Scotia in 1625.

Regional Municipalities

  1. In Nova Scotia, regional municipalities are a single level of government, and provide all municipal services to their communities.

Southern Ontario

  1. In Canada, southern Ontario, southern British Columbia, and parts of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick are prone to smog. (Web site)
  2. Basketball is a popular sport in parts of Canada, especially in Nova Scotia and more recently southern Ontario.

Bluenose

  1. In 1971, the Oland family sold Bluenose II to the province of Nova Scotia for the amount of one dollar.

Rural Nova Scotia

  1. MacKay is from rural Nova Scotia, the son of former Tory cabinet minister (and friend of Brian Mulroney) Elmer MacKay.

Joggins

  1. There are many other areas of similar coal deposits (e.g., Joggins, Nova Scotia).

Francis Xavier University

  1. St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada also offers a Celtic Studies degree, optionally with a large Gaelic language element.

Pictou

  1. Pictou, Nova Scotia Pictou is a small town on the northern coast of Nova Scotia, Canada, in Pictou County.
  2. John William Dawson was born in Pictou, Nova Scotia, where he attended and graduated from Pictou Academy.
  3. A sports enthusiast, MacKay is active in local adult rugby, baseball, football and hockey teams in Pictou, Nova Scotia.

Vajradhatu

  1. In 1986, Trungpa Rinpoche moved the international headquarters of Vajradhatu to Halifax, Nova Scotia, where he died the following year.

Wolfville

  1. Rick Mercer received a honorary high school diploma for his outstanding efforts and determination from Landmark East School in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. (Web site)

Bermuda

  1. From 1806-1808 he commanded the North American station, headquartered first in Halifax, Nova Scotia and then Bermuda.

Nova Scotia Band

  1. Bobby Fuller is the title of a track by the Halifax, Nova Scotia band The Baketones.

Black Loyalists

  1. Some of the Black Loyalists from Nova Scotia would later make their way there also. (Web site)

Fenwick Place

  1. Fenwick Place is a Dalhousie University student residence in the south end of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Atlantic Ports

  1. During the War of 1812, the Royal Navy's blockade of the US Atlantic ports was orchestrated from Bermuda and Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Loyalists

  1. In 1784, the province of New Brunswick was carved out of Nova Scotia for the loyalists. (Web site)

Armdale

  1. The Maritime Life headquarters were located in Armdale, Nova Scotia (part of Halifax) near the head of the Northwest Arm.

Atlantic Canada

  1. 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.

Central Nova Scotia

  1. Shubenacadie is a community located in Hants County, in central Nova Scotia, Canada.
  2. Truro (2006 population 11,765 [ 1]; urban area population 22,777 [1], conglomeration area population 45,777[2]) is a town in central Nova Scotia, Canada.

Annapolis Royal

  1. 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. (Web site)

Canadian Province

  1. John Chandler is a politician of the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

Minas Basin

  1. Blomidon Provincial Park is a camping and day-use park located on the shores of the Minas Basin in Nova Scotia, Canada.
  2. The highest tides in the world occur in Minas Basin, in Nova Scotia. (Web site)
  3. General Location: The wetland is in the southern extension of Minas Basin and immediately north of the Town of Wolfville, Nova Scotia.

Yarmouth

  1. The Mariners Centre is a 1,750-seat multi-purpose and double ice surface arena in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Cape Breton Island

  1. 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.
  2. The team relocated from Halifax, Nova Scotia, in 1988 and was renamed for Cape Breton Island.
  3. Under the Peace of Utrecht (1713–14), the Nova Scotia peninsula was awarded to England, although Cape Breton Island was retained by the French. (Web site)

Canjet

  1. CanJet is a low-cost airline based in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Halifax Regional Municipality

  1. CanJet is a low-cost chartered airline based in Enfield, Nova Scotia, Canada at the Halifax International Airport in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
  2. Armdale is a Canadian urban community located in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia at the head of the Northwest Arm. (Web site)

Dartmouth

  1. Don Koharski (born December 2, 1955, in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada) is a professional ice hockey referee. (Web site)
  2. Alderney Landing is a convention centre and theatre in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia.
  3. The training camp will take place in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia from October 7 through October 12, 2003 at the Dartmouth Sportsplex. (Web site)

Downtown Halifax

  1. Downtown Halifax is a district in Halifax, Nova Scotia on the eastern edge of the Halifax Peninsula.
  2. Downtown Halifax is a neighbourhood in the Capital District of Nova Scotia 's Halifax Regional Municipality in the community of Halifax.

Antigonish

  1. Antigonish Arena is a 2,290-seat multi-purpose arena in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
  2. From there, at the age of 16, he moved farther east to St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. (Web site)

Casino Nova Scotia

  1. With downtown Halifax, Casino Nova Scotia and Lake Banook, each within seven kilometers of the hotel, there are many activities close to this hotel.

Famed

  1. The Pugwash area, and indeed the entire north shore of Nova Scotia, is famed for its warm waters and sandy beaches. (Web site)

Biography

  1. BIOGRAPHY. Sharon Carstairs was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and first ran for office in Albertan provincial riding of Calgary-Elbow.
  2. Crashing Blue - Sound samples, news, shows, biography, images and quotes from the Nova Scotia band influenced by Dave Matthews Band and Radiohead.

Settlement

  1. Settlement was greatly accelerated by the resettlement of Loyalists in Nova Scotia during the period following the end of the American revolutionary war.
  2. 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.

Texas

  1. The Proto-Atlantic Ocean was a narrow trough of seawater through the heart of North America from what is today Texas to Nova Scotia.
  2. This changed with food related outbreaks in Nova Scotia, Massachusetts, California and Texas. (Web site)

Pugwash

  1. The first conference was held in July 1957 in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, hence the organization's name. (Web site)
  2. Dr. Rotblat led the talks from the first meeting in 1957, held in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, until 1997. (Web site)
  3. The first meeting was held in 1957 at the estate of Cyrus Eaton in Pugwash, Nova Scotia. (Web site)

Conference

  1. 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. (Web site)

Director

  1. 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.
  2. She is now the Director of Gampo Abbey, Nova Scotia, the first Tibetan monastery in North America established for westerners. (Web site)
  3. Pema Chodron has been the director of the Gampo Abbey, a Buddhist monastery in Nova Scotia. (Web site)

Baronet

  1. The Earl of Southesk also holds the Scottish feudal title of Baron of Kinnaird and is a Baronet in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.
  2. The Duke is also a Baronet of Lundie (created 1627) in the Baronetage of Nova Scotia.
  3. There was likewise Colquhoun of Tilliquhoun, a baronet of Scotland and Nova Scotia (1625), but this family is extinct. (Web site)

Son

  1. 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.
  2. Scott Storch was born in Nova Scotia, Canada,[ 1] the son of a court reporter and a singer, both of Jewish heritage. (Web site)
  3. Born in Quebec City, the son of Sir Dominick Daly, he was called to the bar in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1864. (Web site)

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Brier Island
Northwest Arm
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