Nova Scotia web directory: 11 resources.

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  • Government of Nova Scotia
    Nova Scotia's official website. Includes several services for residents of the province, including motor vehicle registration and land services.

  • Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
    Official page of the Nova Scotia art gallery. Offers information about exhibitions available in the province and some details about artists and their works.

    The Association of Translators and Interpreters of Nova Scotia offers resources and opportunities to local translators and interpreters, residing in the province of Nova Scotia.

  • Dance Nova Scotia
    Web page dedicated to dance in Nova Scotia. Offers information about traditional dances and other relevant resources for interested parties.

  • Engineers Nova Scotia
    Offers information and varied resources for engineers practicing their trade in Nova Scotia. Here they can also contact each other and trade experiences from working in the province.

  • Film Nova Scotia
    The official page of the film and creative industries in Nova Scotia. Offers information for those interested in what movies were shot here, along with what the film industry is doing.

  • Nova Scotia Community College
    Official website of Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC). Provides information for high school students, alumni and prospective students.

  • Nova Scotia Immigration
    Official immigration website for Nova Scotia. Provides information to business owners on how to handle immigrant hiring.

  • Nova Scotia Provincial Library
    The official webpage of the provincial library. Offers information on authors, books and allows users to search the database for their favorite reads.

  • Nova Scotia Talent Trust
    Official webpage for Nova Scotia talent - an online medium in which they can come together and share their experience, while trying to improve the overall artistic industry of the province.

  • Visual Arts Nova Scotia
    Website which offers information on all visual arts in Nova Scotia. A resource for those interested in the local visual arts and artists alike.

Nova Scotia Web Directory

At 55,284 square kilometers, Nova Scotia is Canada's second smallest province. It is also the country's second most densely populated. The capital of Nova Scotia is Halifax. One of Canada's three Maritime Provinces, Nova Scotia sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean.

Nova Scotia map
Nova Scotia, Canada

The warmth from the ocean makes Nova Scotia Canada's warmest province. Nova Scotia has more people than any other of Canada's 4 Atlantic Provinces. It is also located midway between the Equator and the North Pole. Most of its inhabitants live on the stunningly beautiful Nova Scotia peninsula.

Surrounded by three bodies of water, the Gulf of St. Charles, the Bay of Fundy and the Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia is called Canada's Ocean Playground. Those waters also give the province its unique weather. It is known for freezing cold winters and very warm summers.

Despite its small size, Nova Scotia packs economic punch. It exports more Christmas trees, lobster, gypsum, and wild berries than any other country. Its $1 billion a year in export of fish and fish products is important to the Canadian economy.

The information and communications technology industry is also growing by leaps and bounds. There are now over 500 IT and CT companies in Nova Scotia. It's also the birthplace of hockey superstar Sidney Crosby.