Nova Scotia lies on the Eastern side of Canada, along the Atlantic Ocean. It is the most populous province in the maritimes. The capital, Halifax, is a major economic center in the region.
Nova Scotia's economy includes industries such as fishing, mining, forestry and agriculture.
Nova Scotia is a great tourist destination. Whether you are visiting the fast-growing capital city of Halifax, or the beautiful highlands of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia is not a place to miss for travellers.
The Capital city of 'Canada's Ocean Playground' and province of Nova Scotia, Halifax is the main port gateway for the Maritimes region. Halifax Regional Municipality has a population of 385,0…
Baddeck is in the heart of Cape Breton on the beautiful Bras d'Or Lakes and is the beginning and end of the Cabot Trail. Baddeck is a bustling resort community boasting over 600 rooms, yet it…
Yarmouth, is located in the heart of south-western Nova Scotia. This small town started out as a French fishing settlement, shortly after a visit by Champlain in 1604 and has its roots in fi…
Digby is a town in western Nova Scotia which lies on the Annapolis Basin of the Bay of Fundy. Digby is the shire town and commercial hub of Digby County. The town is famous for its scallop fi…
Sydney is the largest city on the beautiful island of Cape Breton, Canada , on the Atlantic caost.. Together with the four neigbouring areas of North Sydney, Sydney Mines, Glace Bay, and New …
Welcome to Cheticamp, a beautiful acadian fishing village in Cape Breton Nova Scotia. Here you will find authentic acadian cuisine and local color.
As you stay in Cheticamp, the view from yo…