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Excerpt ...ago. Cruising Nova Scotia August 2010 XXVII Monday, August 30, 2010 - 9 AM Anchored in Gunning Cove in Shelburne Harbour, Nova Scotia Water temperature 65 F We dropped the anchor last night in Gunning Cove just as the sun went down. We are still four miles...
Excerpt ...Nova Scotia's Energy Department. The newly created agency will take over the promotion of energy conservation from Conserve Nova Scotia. It will operate at arms length from the provincial government. In the meantime, taxpayers are still paying the $140,000..
Sarah Ann McLachlan, OC, OBC (born January 28, 1968(1968-01-28)) is a Canadian musician, singer and songwriter. Known for her emotional ballads and mezzo-soprano vocal range, as of 2006, she has sold over 40 million albums worldwide. McLachlan's best-selling album to date is Surfacing, for which she won two Grammy Awards (out of four nominations) and four Juno Awards. In addition to her personal artistic efforts, she founded the Lilith Fair tour, which showcased female musicians. The Lilith Fair concert tours took place from 1997 to 1999, and resumed in the summer of 2010.
the Mi'kmaq were the first nations (native american) people. the mi'kmaq tribe was here before early settlers arrived. they also lived in structures called wigwams. they have 2 diffrent sizes that they can live in. the smaller size can hold 10-15v people and the larger size can hold up to 15-20 people.
in 1867 Nova Scotia was one of four founding provinces of the canadian confederation.
Novia Scotia joined the dominion of Canada in 1867 Nova Scotions set about helping build the new nation.
Halifaxes chapel of our lady of sorrows in 1843 more than 2,000 Halgons showed up to help build the church. they finished the church in less than 24 hours.
Donald Mcay was canadian-born american. he also was a desighner and nwbury part. Donald Mcay moved to East Boston. in 1845 Donald Mcay was building substantial packet ships for the Atlantic Emigrant route
In 1783 the united Empire loyallist came from the U.S. the provience is covered with water. The vikingsviseted near the 990. The atlantic coast is foggy, especially in the spring. French colonisits where foreced to.
in 1782 the women of chester saved the town from an american attack. they turned there scarlet lined gray capes inside out and they carried brooms. from a distance they appered to be British soldiers. the attackers returned to there ships and left town.
the American Revolution had a signifigant impact on shaping Nova Scotia. throughout the war, american privateers devostared the maritime economy by raiding many of the coastal communities.
in 1769 St. Johns Island became a seprate colony.
in 1763 cape Britten island and St. Johns island (now prince Edward island) became apart of Nova Scotia.
the offical language is English. more than 92.53% people in Nova Scota speak english and very few speak any other languages.
in 1713 England gained controll of Acadia. and threatened to force Acadians to leave if they did not join forces with the British agianst France. but the Aciandians refused to take sides.
the british conquest of Acadia happened in 1710.
in 1689 there was a war in Nova Scotia it is called King willams war.
The first European Settlementis establish at portroyal in 1605. Samuel de chaplain serued as a belling officer. He is known as the father of New France. He took service with king of Spain and made a voyage to the west indies
John Cabot came to nova Scotia in 1497. He was born in Genoa, italy. His name was actually Givanni Caboto, but he remembered by the english tradition, john cabot.