What is the Nova Scotia climate?
Temperate or Maritime depending on where you are. Inland is temperate with cooler winters but warmer summers (-10C to 0C and 25C to 30C). Maritime, like Halifax, is mild wintered and mild summered as well (-5C to 5C and 20C to 25C). Summers are the most drastic difference where you drive from the coast inland and go from 20C to 30C (ex: Halifax to Truro)
Nova Scotia has the warmest climate in Canada.
it is cold for most of the year.
it is cold for most of the year.
Vancouver, Yellowknife, Nova scotia
No , Nova Scotia is not a country, Nova Scotia is a Province of Canada.
in nova scotia there was a war in nova scotia
the warm Labrador current and the cold Nova Scotia.
what do they eat in Nova Scotia
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Nova Scotia is located on the eastern part of Canada. The capital of Nova Scotia is Halifax.Halifax is the biggest city in Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia is a colder area because it IS up North also, at least 2 of its sides are surrounded by the Atlantic ocean.
Nova Scotia is a province, not a town or city, so it does not have a mayor. The premier of Nova Scotia is Darrell Dexter.
The population for Nova Scotia is 940,000.
The capital of Nova Scotia is Halifax.
Nova Scotia is part of Canada.
Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia.
Answer Nova Scotia is a Canadian province but it is not an island. If you look at any map, you will see that Nova Scotia is connected to New Brunswick. Cape Breton, part of Nova Scotia, is an island situated off the north edge of mainland Nova Scotia.
North Sydney Nova Scotia is 14.5 miles from Sydney, NS.
Nova Scotia did not 'join' Canada. Nova Scotia was one of the original four provinces of Confederation.
Do you mean Sherbrooke Quebec? I have not found a Sherbrooke in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia imports automobiles because we don't manufacture automobiles in Nova Scotia.
The people of Nova Scotia are called Nova Scotians. =D
The Annapolis valley, with its rich soil and milder climate is perfect for vineyards and apple groves. also blueberryies, strawberries and other feild berries do well all over Nova Scotia.
Temperate,,not too hot or cold, weather greatly influenced by the sea and the gulf stream...
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
There is 873,199 people in Nova Scotia
No Nova Scotia is not in the United States.
Nova Scotia was first founded (explored) by John Cabot in 1497. It became known as " Nova Scotia" in 1621.
Nova Scotia did join Confederation. In fact, Nova Scotia was one of the four original provinces of Confederation.
Nova Scotia means "New Scotland" in Latin. The Province is largely populated with Scotts, and the landscape is similar.
In total, it is called Nova Scotia. There are two major subdivisions: Cape Breton Island, and Mainland Nova Scotia.
The capital of the Province of Nova Scotia is Halifax.
Nova Scotia has a land border with New Brunswick.
About 200 km.
Nova Scotia imports potatoes, wine, and what is mined.
Nova scotia was founded in 1867 by the goverment polititians.
Nova Scotia is in Canada otherwise in north America.
About an hour.
Nova Scotia? New Scotland.
Nova Scotia is a small province in Canada.
Nova Scotia - 21,345 square miles.
Nova Scotia, Canada
Nova Scotia religion is catholic/christian.
It was called (and still is) Nova Scotia.
Its names nova scotia, its from canda i wrote this
The best sport in Nova Scotia is Football
about 45 minutes
Nova Scotia Oilers was created in 1984.
Nova Scotia Oilers ended in 1988.
Nova Scotia Railway ended in 1872.
Nova Scotia Railway was created in 1853.