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Where is Nova Scotia?

It is the second smallest province in Canada - it is located on the eastern seaboard of Canada in what is referred to as "The Maritime Provinces."
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What is the size of Nova Scotia?

The size of Nova Scotia is 21,345 sq. miles (55,283 km²). It isconsidered to be pretty small in size compared to other Canadianareas.
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What was the population of Nova Scotia 1867?

Statistics Canada estimates the population of Nova Scotia was 330,857 in 1861 and 387,800 in 1871. See "Historical Statistics of Canada: Table A2-14, Population of Canada by P ( Full Answer )
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What does the Nova Scotia flag represent?

The blue diagonal cross on the white field (background) is theScottish flag with the colours reversed, which represents NovaScotia's ties to Scotland. The shield in the centre ( Full Answer )
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What do people in Nova Scotia do for a living?

they mine, fish, and they eat. We work in industry or tourism, we write music or books, we farm, we govern we design and we paint. To name a few.
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How old is Nova Scotia?

It is the first place landed in North America (John Cabot / 1497), then, in 1604, Port Royal was named the capital of Acadia (Present Day Maine, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and ( Full Answer )
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What are the religious denominations in Nova Scotia?

I am sure that you can find at least one person who is a member of every religion in existence. I can speak from experience that there are Catholics, Baptists, Anglicans, Wicc ( Full Answer )
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What is there to do in Nova Scotia?

Well, for a long list go to http://novascotia.com/en/home/default.aspx This is the official site for our province, including tourism and lodging details! Come visit us!
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What can you do in Nova Scotia?

You can visit the beautiful public gardens, or, if you have a passion for skiing, go to Ski Martock, or Ski Wentworth.
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Why is Nova Scotia named Nova Scotia?

Nova Scotia means New Scotland in Latin . The Scotland settlers lived here and thennamed it New Scotland. They settled here becausethe war was happening and they would ha ( Full Answer )
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What do people wear in Nova Scotia?

We wear the same clothes as people in other parts of the world. In the summer we wear shorts, t-shirts, bathing suits, etc. etc. etc. In the spring and fall we wear warming cl ( Full Answer )
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How many counties are in Nova Scotia?

There are eighteen counties in Nova Scotia: . Annapolis County . Antigonish County . Cape Breton Regional Municipality . Colchester County . Cumberland County . Digby ( Full Answer )
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What is the total area of Nova Scotia?

According to Provincial Info we have 55284 square kilometers or for our non metric viewers 21300 sq miles, with a length of about 360 miles and an average width of 60 miles.
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Is Anticosti part of Nova Scotia?

Anticosti Island is part of the Province of Quebec. To the south of Nova Scotia Sable Island is part of the Province of Nova Scotia. A Protected Sanctuary and Home of the Sabl ( Full Answer )
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How long is the coast of Nova Scotia?

The coastline of Nova Scotia, (if you were crazy enough to follow it all) would take you on a zig zag course over 7500 km's long. That is more than the distance to the Equator ( Full Answer )
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What is the the oldest building in Nova Scotia?

The deGannes-Cosby House is said to be the oldest wooden building (documented) in Nova Scotia. It has always been lived in since it was built in 1708. Facts can be found on ( Full Answer )
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Why did Scottish go to Nova Scotia?

they settled their because their was lots and lots of fish and water by Jordan patriquin
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Why was Nova Scotia named Nova Scotia?

Nova Scotia means "New Scotland" in Latin. The Province is largely populated with Scotts, and the landscape is similar.
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Does Nova Scotia have hawks?

Yes, Nova Scotia hosts many different types of hawks; most of whomare visitors during migratory season.
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What is the zip code for Nova Scotia?

There is not one Zip code for Nova Scotia. (Here they are Postal Codes). Each Postal code is made up of two parts. The first three characters are the part used for sorting the ( Full Answer )
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Who is your representative in the Legislature of Nova Scotia?

The Queen's Provincial Representative: Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia The Legislature of Nova Scotia consists of Her Majesty the Queen of Canada (represented by a Lieute ( Full Answer )
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When was Nova Scotia settled?

The first premanent settlement in Nova Scotia was at Port Royal in 1605; Samuel de Champlain settled there with emmigrants from France and the entire colony almost perished du ( Full Answer )
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Why Nova Scotia left confederation?

Nova Scotia was part of the original confederation leaders and is still part of confederation. The is only one province that has talk about separation.
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What is Halifax famous for Nova Scotia?

Several things. It is the legislative capital of Nova Scotia. It isthe largest city in Nova Scotia. It has a British fort in thecentre of town that has never fired a shot in a ( Full Answer )
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What counties are in Nova Scotia?

Yarmouth, Shelburne, Digby, Annapolis, Kings, Hants, Halifax, Guysborouh, Pictue, Antiganish, Colchester, Cumberland, and Cape Breton Island.
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Who is the president of Nova Scotia?

We don't have a president because we are not a country, we are a province (which is an other word for State) and we only have a Premiere (which is like a Governor of each stat ( Full Answer )
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Where do people live in Nova Scotia?

All over. The biggest city is Halifax (the Halifax Regional Municipality), but every county and rural area has some population.
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What does the Nova Scotia shield represent?

Scotland. It contains the Scottish Royal coat of arms and is the mirror image of Scotlands flag (ours is blue on white, theirs is white on blue).
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Are the people friendly in Nova Scotia?

Yes they are! To broaden the awnser, you'll find friendly people in all the Maritime provinces. A shout out to New Brunswick....hosts the most easy going, friendly, down to ea ( Full Answer )
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Where to buy lobster in Nova Scotia?

Try the Atlantic Super Store, Sobeys, Local Fish markets, The Halifax Airport actually has a fish market in it and they sell lobsters.
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Is Scotia Bank located in Nova Scotia?

Scotia Bank is located all over the world. Scotia Bank has several locations in Nova Scotia. Scotia Bank has offices in over 55 countries and has 19 million costumers.