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  Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nova Scotia was granted a supreme court in 1754 with the appointment of Jonathan Belcher and a legislative assembly in 1758.
Nova Scotia was the first colony in British North America and in the British Empire to achieve responsible government in January-February 1848 and become self-governing through the efforts of Joseph Howe.
Nova Scotia is the seventh most populated province in Canada with an estimated 937,889 residents as of July 1, 2005.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nova_Scotia   (1551 words)

 Coat of Arms of Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The coat of arms of the province of Nova Scotia, Canada, officially the Arms of Her Majesty in Right of the Province of Nova Scotia, is the oldest provincial achievement of arms in Canada, and the oldest British coat of arms outside Great Britain.
The supporters are the unicorn from the royal arms of Scotland which is now borne by the British monarchy, and a member of the Mi'kmaq First Nation indigenous to Nova Scotia, who in the heraldic language of the 17th century was blazoned a "savage."
When the old coat of arms was rediscovered, pressure to restore it grew, and it was reassumed in 1929, with the newer coat being abandoned.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Coat_of_Arms_of_Nova_Scotia   (553 words)

 Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nova Scotia (Latin for New Scotland; “Alba Nuadh” in Scottish Gaelic, la Nouvelle-Écosse in French) is a Canadian province on the North Atlantic coast.
Of the 4.6% of Nova Scotia residents who had immigrated to Canada, 45% per cent of immigrants were from Asia; 29.3% were from Europe; 21.9%, the Middle East; 11.8%, the United States; and 6.8%, the United Kingdom.
Nova Scotia was one of the four original provinces of Confederation, along with New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario.
www.bucyrus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Nova_Scotia   (1093 words)

 Eureka4you.com - Nova Scotia - Canada's Ocean Playground   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nova Scotia's coat of arms was granted by King Charles I in 1625.
During the 19th century it appeared on the buttons of the Nova Scotia militia, and on postage stamps along with the rose, the thistle and the shamrock.
The Nova Scotia tartan (the first provincial-territorial tartan in Canada; registered with the Court of the Lord Lyon, King of Arms of Scotland, 1956), the red spruce, the agate (gemstone) and the stilbite (mineral), the osprey, the Nova Scotia duck tolling.
www.eureka4you.com /ns/nsindex.htm   (201 words)

 Coat of Arms of Canada - Biocrawler definition:Coat of Arms of Canada - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Royal Coat of Arms of Canada was proclaimed by King George V on November 21, 1921, as the Arms or Ensigns Armorial of the Dominion of Canada.
Initially, the leaves were coloured green on the coat of arms because it was thought to represent youth, as opposed to the red colour of dying leaves in autumn.
At the base of the arms are roses, thistles, shamrocks, and fleurs-de-lis, the floral emblems associated with England, Scotland, Ireland, and France respectively.
www.biocrawler.com /biowiki/Coat_of_Arms_of_Canada   (1123 words)

 Nova Scotia/Nouvelle-Ecosse/Coat-of-Arms/Le blason   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
he Ancient Arms of Nova Scotia are the oldest and grandest in all the Commonwealth countries overseas.
The Arms were borne by the Baronets of Nova Scotia.
Entwined with the thistle of Scotland at the base is the mayflower, floral emblem of Nova Scotia which was added in 1929.
www.gov.ns.ca /legislature/HOUSE_OF_ASSEMBLY/Symbols/coat.htm   (387 words)

 Halifax, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Halifax (44°39′ N 63°35′ W (http://kvaleberg.com/extensions/mapsources/index.php?params=44_39_N_63_35_W_), AST) is a Canadian city, the provincial capital and largest population centre in Nova Scotia, and the economic centre of the Atlantic Provinces.
In 1996, the city of Halifax was amalgamated with the city of Dartmouth, the town of Bedford, and the unincorporated portion of Halifax County, Nova Scotia to create the Halifax Regional Municipality, also frequently referred to by its initials "HRM" (2001 population, 359,111).
While the regional municipality itself (formerly Halifax County) stretches quite far along Nova Scotia's southeast coast, the urban core is relatively small geographically and is situated mostly around and the.
www.secaucus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Halifax,_Nova_Scotia   (3293 words)

 Miscellaneous - Canadian Heritage Gallery
Coat of Arms Quebec obtained its Coat of Arms from the British Crown in 1868.
Coat of Arms New Brunswick obtained its Coat of Arms from the British Crown in 1868.
Coat of Arms Nova Scotia obtained its Coat of Arms from the British Crown in 1868, although it later reverted to its original Coat of Arms -- Canada's oldest -- granted by Charles I in 1626.
www.canadianheritage.org /galleries/miscellaneous1500.htm   (189 words)

 #Nova^Scotia - Dalnet's Latest Home for NS IRC Users
It is the oldest coat of arms in the Commonwealth countries.
Nova Scotia's official tartan, designed in 1953 and made official in 1955, was the first official provincial tartan in Canada.
Halifax is the capital of the province of Nova Scotia, and became the first permanent British settlement, in 1749.
www.angelfire.com /empire2/novascotia   (238 words)

 Nova Scotia - Coat of Arms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
ranted to the Royal Province of Nova Scotia in 1625 by King Charles I. he blue cross on a white (or silver) background is a reversal of the Cross of Saint Andrew.
During the English Civil War (which began in 1642), records of the Ancient Arms of Nova Scotia were lost along with the loss of the Lyon Register and were not re-entered by the Lyon Court until 1805.
In response to the petition, King George V granted the reinstatement of the Ancient Arms by Royal Warrant in 1929.
www3.sympatico.ca /goweezer/canada/coaNS.htm   (344 words)

 Coat-of-Arms of the mathematician Guillaume Gallucio de l'Hospital (1661-1704) - Numericana
This is also the inescutcheon in the arms of Nova Scotia (first granted in 1625) which is now part of the official arms of Canada.
The third quarter impales arms similar to the ancient arms of Hungary with those of the Kingdom of Aragon (which are the ancient arms of the counts of Barcelona).
The Visconti family claims the arms commemorate an event that took place near Milan in the 9th century, when one of their ancestors slayed a snake that was reportedly poisoning infants by merely breathing on them.
home.att.net /~numericana/arms/lhospital.htm   (1013 words)

 CBRM Coat of Arms
In the case of the Regional Municipality's Coat of Arms the shield has a green background with a Cape Breton Sloop in gold and silver (the sails are white).
As well, the Cape Breton Sloop appeared on the Coats of Arms of the City of Sydney and the Town of North Sydney, both of which had petitioned for, and were granted, official Coats of Arms.
The unicorn, a mythical beast, is depicted in the Coat of Arms of Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia.
www.geocities.com /Athens/Olympus/4369/cbrmarms.html   (1700 words)

 Coat of Arms of Nunavut - FreeEncyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The coat of arms of the territory of Nunavut, Canada, known officially as The Arms of Her Majesty in Right of Nunavut, was granted by a warrant by Roméo Leblanc[?], Governor-General of Canada, dated March 31, 1999, one day before the territory was created.
The coat is highly unique, having been designed in collaboration with Inuit elders, leaders, artists, groups, and the general population of the territory.
It is certainly one of the first coats of arms to include elements of Inuit symbolism in a traditional heraldic context.
openproxy.ath.cx /co/Coat_of_Arms_of_Nunavut.html   (481 words)

 Coat of Arms of Canada   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Canada 's coat of arms was proclaimed by King George V on November 21 1921 as the Arms or Ensigns Armorial of the of Canada.
Initially the were coloured green on the coat of because it was thought to represent youth opposed to the red colour of dying in autumn.
The arms show a royal helmet which a barred helm of gold looking outward towards the viewer and draped in a of white and red which are the colours of Canada.
www.freeglossary.com /Royal_arms_of_Canada   (1060 words)

 New Coat of Arms and a Mace - History of Halifax City Hall   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
During the celebrations surrounding the bicentenary, the lack of tandardization in the reproduction of the City’s “Arms”, caused City Council to authorize the preparation of a revised coat of arms.
Engraved on the mace is the mural crown from the City’s coat of arms denoting Halifax as a fortifi ed city.
Beneath the coats of arms are plaques depicting the sails of a British man-of-war with the Admiral’s pennant.
www.halifax.ca /community/HalifaxCityHall/coat_of_arms_and_mace.html   (451 words)

 Nova Scotia Quick Fact Sheet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Nova Scotia's 580 km-long peninsula is surrounded by four bodies of water - the Atlantic Ocean, the Bay of Fundy, the Northumberland Strait and the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Nova Scotia is a mosaic of rugged headlands, tranquil harbours and ocean beaches.
Nova Scotia lies in the northern temperate zone and, although it is almost surrounded by water, the climate is continental rather than maritime.
members.shaw.ca /kcic1/prov-ns.html   (279 words)

 J. Stewart LeForte Bookplate
Arms: Argent on a bend bretessed Azure cotised Sable between in chief and in base a Latin cross fleuryGules a key ward upwards between two fleur-de-lys all bendwise Or.
Coat of Arms granted to John Stewart A. LeForte and the other direct descendants (with appropriate differences) of George Peter LeForte (né LaFargue) and Helen Louise MacIsaac (née Bradley) on April 23 1996 (see supplement issued June 07 2000 quoted below) by the Heraldic Authorithy of Canada, Ottawa.
The Gold background was changed to White - which gives it a predominately White and Blue coat of Arms reminencent of the Coat of Arms of Nova Scotia where Grandpa and Grandma LeForte raised their family.
exlibris.jvarnoso.com /stewartLeForte.htm   (546 words)

 The Bahamas Ministry of Education - National Coat of Arms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The fundamental parts of the Coat of Arms are, the Shield upon which the charges are placed, the Crest, the Supporter, the Helmet, the Mantling, and the Motto.
The present Coat of Arms officially replaced the previous one which was granted by Royal Warrant on June 5th, 1959.
It is a distinguished symbol of the Bahamian people, designed by a native son of The Bahamas, and approved by Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II on December 7th, 1971 for use by the Bahamian People and the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
news.bahamaseducation.com /14z22slb/1421_a23.asp   (242 words)

 Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is on the East coast of Canada.
The population of Nova Scotia in 1998 was 935 000.
Nova Scotia's coat of arms has the same symbol in the middle that is on the flag with the Scottish Cross of St. Andrews.
sd71.bc.ca /sd71/edulinks/canada/nsindex.htm   (408 words)

Our Coat of Arms is recorded in Scotland as family Crichton, but the two names Creighton/Crichton are interchangeable from time immemorial.
The actual coat of arms is the shield only, going back to when his shield in battle was a Knight’s identification.
Supporters- these are additions to a coat of arms, usually to commemorate specific deeds or functions that are note-worthy to a family.
www.xs4all.nl /~joscmg/Creyghton/CreightonCoatofArms.htm   (562 words)

 Bishop's Coat of Arms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The Coat of Arms designed for Bishop Currie incorporates the two principal themes of Marian symbols and the geography of Atlantic Canada.
The rose in the Coat of Arms is placed on wings that suggest the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, thus recalling that Bishop Currie has been rector of St. Mary’s Basilica, under the patronage of Our Lady of the Assumption, in Halifax.
A white rose with green sepals between the petal and green seeds in the centre is also the principal symbol found on the coat of arms of the Currie family.
home.thezone.net /~rcecgf/bishopcoatofarms.htm   (330 words)

 Nova Scotia, flag of --  Encyclopædia Britannica
The flag is based on the provincial coat of arms, which was itself inspired by the Scottish Cross of St. Andrew (white saltire on a blue field) and the royal arms of Scotland.
It comprises the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island (separated from the mainland to the southwest by the narrow Strait of Canso), and a number of small adjacent islands.
A nova reaches maximum luminosity within hours after its outburst and may shine intensely for several days or occasionally for a few weeks, after which it slowly returns to its former level of luminosity.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9105905?tocId=9105905   (865 words)

 Altantic View Elementary Grassroots Project Site
Nova Scotia means "New Scotland." It is made of a peninsula and Cape Breton Island.
Nova Scotia is called a maritime province because it is by the sea.
The coat of arms of Nova Scotia has a crest in the center with the blue cross of St. Andrew and the symbol of Scotland.
www.aves.ednet.ns.ca /gr/grade1.html   (161 words)

 Red and Blue Ensigns (Canada)
In the minutes of the joint committee appointed to design a national flag (1945-6), one of the witnesses stated that it was a common belief in Canada that only Nova Scotia had a provincial flag.
(I take this to mean that Nova Scotia began using the current banner of arms when the ancient arms were rediscovered around 1930.) The witness stated that this belief was technically incorrect, and that all the provinces were legally entitled to use banners of their arms as provincial flags--they just chose not to do so.
The arms of Canada were changed to nearly their present pattern in 1921 and the flag badge amended accordingly.
flagspot.net /flags/ca_ensgn.html   (2474 words)

 The arms of Canada
The Royal arms of the United Kingdom were then freely used to identify the offices of the Government of Canada.
This request was approved and the arms assigned to Canada were appointed and declared in the proclamation (text on next page) of His Majesty King George V dated November 21, 1921.
The royal proclamation makes special reference to the request by the Government of Canada and states that the grant of arms or flags is made on the advice of the Privy Council and by the powers conferred by the first Article of the British statute "The Union of Ireland Act, 1800".
www.pch.gc.ca /progs/cpsc-ccsp/sc-cs/arm1_e.cfm   (566 words)

 The Arms of Newfoundland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
These arms were copied from a booklet published by the Department of the Secretary of State of Canada.
The white cross on the red background is a reversal of the Cross of St. George, the old flag of England (similar to the reversal of the cross of St. Andrew for Nova Scotia), while the lion and the unicorn are the supporters of the British coat of arms (for England and Scotland, respectively).
It is a pity that this well-designed coat of arms is not used in the provincial flag (as that of Nova Scotia is), as it would make a very attractive and distinctive flag.
www.mad-alchemy.com /heraldry/newfoundland.htm   (299 words)

 History of Nova Scotia, Before Dec 1699   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Charles II restored Nova Scotia to the French in the Treaty of Breda 1667, but in 1713 the mainland was awarded to the British under the Treaty of Utrecht.
The flag of Nova Scotia is a white flag with a blue St. Andrew's Cross (Saltier) dividing the field in four, while in the centre is the double-tressured lion of Scotland, the ruddy lion rampant in gold.
The Flag itself is derived from the Royal Coat of Arms granted to Nova Scotia in 1625 by King Charles I of England, the son and successor of James VI.
alts.net /ns1625/nshist01.html   (11422 words)

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