What is the time difference from Nova Scotia to Jamaica?
Jamaica is only one hour behind Nova Scotia.
its difference is about 5740287526064382-7543290647982647892456728956784926584293657025930-2 hours Nova Scotia (UTC-4/UTC-3) is 1 hour ahead of the Dominican Republic (UTC-4) from the 2nd Sunday of March to the 1st Sunday of November. During the rest of the year, there is no time difference between Nova Scotia and the Dominican Republic.
In fact, the only Scottish people living in Nova Scotia are immigrants who have not taken out Canadian citizenship. But I think you mean how many people of Scottish descent/heritage live in Nova Scotia. The figures from the 2006 census showed that 28.3% of the population at that time claimed a Scottish heritage, or more than 250,000 people.
Nova Scotia didn't want to join Confederation because... 1. Nova Scotia was already a fine self governing colony; which was at the time trying to get the Queen to allow them to leave the Canadian Confederation and join with the United States. 2. They knew that with the small population that they wouldn't have enough power in Canada. (The only provinces that really pass bills in Canada are Quebec and Ontario).
The Acadians was the name given to French immigrants who settled in "Acadia", an area that now includes Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Maine and Quebec. So it's not really correct to say that the Acadians "moved" to Nova Scotia. You may actually be thinking of the expulsion of the Acadians, as immortalized in Longfellow's "Evangeline" (which is set in Grand Pre, Nova Scotia). The Acadians were expelled because some of them refused…