What is the population for Nova Scotia?
The population for Nova Scotia is 940,000.
Nova Scotia Power's population is 1,900.
The population of Nova Scotia (2009) is... ~940,000. 921, 727 in 2011
The population in Nova Scotia in 1901-1905 was around 6,945 people.
The population density of Nova Scotia is 45.3 people per square mile.
Nova Scotia has just under one million people.
The population of Halifax County (Now "H.R.M."), Nova Scotia as of 2006 is... ~410,000
that is certainly not true. Nova Scotia has a VERY small population compared to Quebec, Ontario, Alberta & British Columbia... Each of which has a city with a higher population than ALL of Nova Scotia.
the population is 939 000
The main religion in Nova Scotia is Christianity, with over 37% of its population being Roman Catholic.
Nova Scotia is known as the second smallest province in Canada. Nova Scotia also includes beautiful Cape Breton Island and approximately 3800 coastal islands. In 2011 the population of Nova Scotia was approximately 921000. In comparison to other provinces in Canada, Nova Scotia would be the second most densely populated province in Canada as of 2011
No , Nova Scotia is not a country, Nova Scotia is a Province of Canada.
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I think it might be Nova Scotia.......
Statistics Canada says the population is about 101,343 people (2010).
the last census was in 2006 and the total population was 102,250 people.
Nova Scotia is a maritime province, It is part of Canada and is neighbors to both Prince Edward Island the smallest in both landmass and population in Canadian provinces. It is also neighbors with New Brunswick which is the largest of the three Maitime provinces in land mass and second to Nova Scotia in population. Nova Scotia is the middle of the pack in land mass and the largest in population largely due to the… Read More
It looks like it is Nova Scotia according to Wikipedia but I had to add up each community's population and check each link so I might be wrong. But Nova Scotia has 934,782 which the others said less.
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The Population of Halifax, Nova Scotia as of 2006 is... City: ~285,000 Metro: ~410,000
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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.
Halifax, the capital and the major city in Nova Scotia has a population of 348,000. It is a major sea port as well as academic center. Other cities include Sydney and Sherbrooke.
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 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.
The population of Halifax, Nova Scotia as of 2010 is... City = ~290,742 Metro = ~418,261 390,096 in 2011.
Statistics Canada says the population is... City: 290,742 Metro (HRM): 418,261
New Scotland is Nova Scotia, a separate province from Newfoundland. In 1621 the area of land known then as "Acadia" was changed to "New Scotland" or "Nova Scotia" which is just the Latin translation of "New Scotland". The name "Nova Scotia" first appeared on maps in 1713, following the treaty of Utrecht. In 1784 the population of New Scotland grew to such a size that the territory was split into Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia imports automobiles because we don't manufacture automobiles in 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
The people of Nova Scotia are called Nova Scotians. =D
To answer that... The population of Halifax, England as of 2004 is... City: ~82,500 Metro (Calderdale): ~200,000 The population of Halifax, Nova Scotia as of 2006 is... City: ~285,000 Metro (H.R.M.): ~410,000 So, Halifax, Nova Scotia is bigger than Halifax, England.
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There is 873,199 people in Nova Scotia
No Nova Scotia is not in the United States.
Nova Scotia means "New Scotland" in Latin. The Province is largely populated with Scotts, and the landscape is similar.
Nova Scotia did join Confederation. In fact, Nova Scotia was one of the four original provinces of Confederation.
Nova Scotia was first founded (explored) by John Cabot in 1497. It became known as " Nova Scotia" in 1621.
The official languages of Nova Scotia are English andFfrench. Most people speak English but due to large population of people of Scots-Irish descent some people speak Gaelic.
In total, it is called Nova Scotia. There are two major subdivisions: Cape Breton Island, and Mainland Nova Scotia.
It was called (and still is) Nova Scotia.
The best sport in Nova Scotia is Football