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…rovince, Census Dates, 1851-1976. Available in digital form at ( Full Answer )
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… of the flag isthe Royal Arms of Scotland. ( Full Answer )
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… Prince Edward Island)... ( Full Answer )
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…ans and native Canadian religions just in the Annapolis Royal to Digby areas. ( Full Answer )
It depends on where you are going in Clare..
Clare is made of a several small towns, villages, and communities..
The first community in Clare is St. Bernard. It is approx. 2…0 min drive from Digby. ( Full Answer )
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…ve to move. It wasn't homebut, it was their new home. Their NewScotland . Their Nova Scotia . That is thereason for my provinces name :P ( Full Answer )
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…othes and light jackets. In the colder months (December to April) we wear snow/ski jackets, mittens, hats, scarves, etc. etc. etc. We wear the same styles of clothing as many other areas of the world, depending on the weather. ( Full Answer )
There are eighteen counties in Nova Scotia: .
Annapolis County .
Antigonish County .
Cape Breton Regional Municipality .
Colchester County .
Cumberland County .
Digby …County .
Guysborough County .
Halifax Regional Municipality .
Hants County .
Inverness County .
Kings County .
Lunenburg County .
Pictou County .
Region of Queens Municipality .
Richmond County .
Shelburne County .
Victoria County .
Yarmouth County ( Full Answer )
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…e Island Horse breed. ( Full Answer )
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… from Nova Scotia. Luckily we have a lot of secondary highway that does indeed follow the beautiful coastline of Nova Scotia. ( Full Answer )
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 …the Annapolis Royal Heritage site. ( Full Answer )
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… mail. Each province or territory has a unique letter, except the two eastern territories share one. Nova Scotia has "B" so all our codes start with the letter b so sorting comes to Nova Scotia, then if the next character is a 0 the address is in a rural area, if 1 to 9 then it is urban. The third character is a letter that gives a more exact location in the rural or urban area. The last Three characters are the local delivery unit. In urban areas the last three digits may indicate a specific city block, a single building or, in some cases, a large volume receiver. In Rural areas the last three digits, together with the first three characters identify a specific rural community. If you know the town and address of the person you want to contact visit canadapost.ca/cpotools/apps/fpc/business/findByAdvanced to use Canada Post's free Postal Code look-up tool. ( Full Answer )
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…nant Governor), and the House of Assembly. The Lieutenant Governor is appointed by the Governor General of Canada, on the advice of the prime minister, and serves at the Queen's pleasure. The current representative of the Queen is Her Honour the Honourable Mayann E. Francis , O.N.S., the Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia. Members of the House of Assembly of Nova Scotia The House of Assembly has 52 members, each of whom is elected at each provincial general election using a system of single-member plurality. Each member of the House represents a single electoral district for Nova Scotia. To determine your representative, check sources and related links for a table of members of the House of Assembly arranged by constituency. If you are unsure, you can determine your constituency using the Electoral District Finder at the website of Elections Nova Scotia, or you can contact Elections Nova Scotia at 1 (800) 565-1504. ( Full Answer )
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…ring the harsh North American winter. ( Full Answer )
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…e). I have no idea who our current Premiere is. ( Full Answer )
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…rth people. Unfortunately the rest of Cananda doesn't know this, as the Maritimes are so over looked. Visit us, you'll be amazed! LOVE living in Fredericton New Brunswick. ( Full Answer )