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Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia, located on the east coast of Canada and surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, has its capital as Halifax, which is also the largest city in the province. The province has a diverse geography, with a mix of coastal areas with rolling sea, majestic lakes, lush green forests, and farmland. The major cities are Halifax, Sydney, Wolfville and Peggy’s Cove. Claiming to offer a quality of life in the perspective of work, family, relaxation and responsibility, that is disappearing from much of the North Americas. 

Nova Scotia’s economy is multi-faceted and its economy is mainly driven by the industries fishing, forestry, mining and natural gas extraction. At the same time tourism, and other service industries such as information technology, natural defense, and seafood, played a vital role.The province has numerous art galleries and playhouses. With all the above positives combined with emerging cities and low cost of living entitles the province to be the most enjoyable and peaceful place to live in Canada.

  • Capital : Halifax 
  • Largest City: Halifax
  • Largest Metro: Halifax 
  • Total Area: 55,284 km2 (21,345 sq mi) 
  • Official Language: English 
  • Time Zones UTC-4.00 (Atlantic)
  •  Emergency Number: 
                Local Police or fire departments: 911 
               Canadian Coast Guard: 1800 565 1633

 Did you know?

Flower: Mayflower 
Tree: Red Spruce 
Bird: Osprey


The province of Nova Scotia has several transit systems. Few are named below:

1. Provincial Transit Bus Service

 Maritime Bus 

Airport Express via Maritime Bus

2. Halifax Transit Bus and Ferry Service

 Halifax Metro Transit 

Halifax Metro Transit "Access-A-Bus"

3. Sydney Transit Service

Transit Cape Breton

 Handi-Trans (Transit Cape Breton)

4. Bay of Fundy & Annapolis Valley Transit Service

Kings Transit 

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