Whether or not John Cabot actually sailed as far as Nova Scotia is something we will never know for sure. Cabot sailed west from England in 1497 to demonstrate that there was a direct route across the Atlantic Ocean to China. The existence of North America and South America was unknown to Europeans at the time. Like Columbus, whose first voyage across the Atlantic had occurred in 1492, Cabot also believed that he had reached Asia. Records do not indicate with any degree of accuracy where it was that Cabot actually landed. It is speculated that it was either some part of the coast of Labrador, Bonaventure (in Newfoundland), or Cape Breton Island. Cabot did indicate that he was aware Newfoundland was an island. In 1498, Cabot embarked upon a second voyage with a fleet of five ships, but never returned, and is generally presumed to have perished at sea.
Nova Scotia, Canada
The french came to Nova Scotia because the British government was not including the french in his/her ideas or laws.
Cole Harbor Nova Scotia
Many Acadians left Louisiana to move to Nova Scotia during the Revolutionary War. Many were considered British citizens and the government promised to resettle them there,.
1497 john Cabot arrives in Newfoundland from England
It comes from Nova Scotia as a thank you for helping them back in 1917.
they were far from other provinces so they wont have much of trade with others
I don't know if it is legal to answer this question...I have a family member who works for a Bank Of Nova Scotia Branch and because of this, I've come to the conclusion that the BNS stocks do split every year or so (if I remember the time frame correctly).
Idek they don't really come to canada but they were in Ontario just yesterday may 24th 2014
Scotland god read a social studies book im only 12 and i knew that