Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia consists of a very large peninsula, connected to the province of New Brunswick by a narrow strip of land, and includes Cape Breton Island, which is now joined to the mainland by the Canso Causeway.

Nova Scotia was one of the original four provinces that became part of Canada in 1867, and over 40% of the population live in the capital city, Halifax. "Nova Scotia" is Latin for "New Scotland", and Scottish settlers brought culture and traditions that continue to this day.

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