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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 936,988 residents as of January 1, 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nova_Scotia   (3176 words)

  
 List of communities in Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Communities of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada
As designated by the Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities.
Lawrencetown, Halifax R.M., Nova Scotia in Halifax Regional Municipality
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_communities_in_Nova_Scotia   (167 words)

  
 Nova Scotia - Wikipedia
Nova Scotia (Latin for "New Scotland"; French, la Nouvelle-Écosse) is a Canadian province and is located on the east coast.
Although first visited by the English explorer John Cabot in 1497, Nova Scotia was first settled by the Acadian French under Champlain[?].
Nova Scotia was one of the four original provinces on Confederation, which included also New Brunswick, Quebec (Lower Canada) and Ontario (Upper Canada).
wikipedia.findthelinks.com /no/Nova_Scotia.html   (332 words)

  
 Nova Scotia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Nova Scotia (Latin for New Scotland ; “Alba Nuadh” in Scottish Gaelic French la Nouvelle-Écosse) is a Canadian province on the North Atlantic coast.
The native population of the province are known as the Mi'kmaq.
Nova Scotia was one of the four provinces of Confederation along with New Brunswick Quebec and Ontario.
www.freeglossary.com /Nova_Scotia   (975 words)

  
 Welcome to Nova Scotia, Canada
Nova Scotia is the second smallest province in Canada, with an area of only 55,284 km², but its population of 937,889[1] Nova Scotians (or, less formally, Bluenosers) makes it the seventh most populous province.
Nova Scotia was the first Province in Canada to vie for independence from Canada.
Nova Scotia is the seventh most populated province in Canada with an estimated 937,889 residents as of July 1, 2005.
www.hometowncanada.com /ns   (1608 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Nova Scotia Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Nova Scotia (Latin for New Scotland; “Alba Nuadh” in Scottish Gaelic, French la Nouvelle-Écosse) is a Canadian province on the North Atlantic coast.
Cape Breton Island, a large island to the northeast of the Nova Scotian mainland, is also part of the province, as is Sable Island, a small but notorious (for its shipwrecks) island approximately 175 km from the province's southern coast.
Nova Scotia was one of the four original provinces of Confederation, along with New Brunswick, Quebec, and Ontario.
www.ipedia.com /nova_scotia.html   (650 words)

  
 Encyclopedia Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Scotia, Canada, on the Salmon-River Salmon River Salmon River near the...
Scotia The coat of arms of the province of...of the Province of
Scotia, is the oldest provincial achievement of arms in Canada, and the...
www.encyclopedian.com /search.php?searWords=Nova   (184 words)

  
 Nova Scotia's Sunrise Trail worth exploring
PICTOU, Nova Scotia - The communities of Pictou, Pugwash and Tatamagouche on Nova Scotia's Sunrise Trail are as interesting as their early settler and Micmac native names convey.
Tatamagouche Bay on the Nova Scotia's north shore overlooks the Northumberland Strait, and on a clear day Prince Edward Island may be seen in the distance.
The quiet community of Pugwash was the home of Cyrus Eaton, a native son, who hosted the first modern "thinktank" bringing together Albert Einstein, Bertrand Russell and Dr. Joseph Rotblat for the "Thinkers" conference in 1957.
www.post-gazette.com /travel/20020908pictou0908trP5.asp   (723 words)

  
 Discover the Wisdom of Mankind on Nova Scotia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Halifax is a Canadian city, the provincial capital and largest population centre in Nova Scotia, and the economic centre of the Atlantic Provinces.
Nova Scotia's economy continues to be largely resource based, but has in recent years become more diverse.
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 (excluding the United Kingdom); 21.9%, the Middle East; 11.8%, the United States; and 6.8%, the United Kingdom.
www.blinkbits.com /blinks/nova_scotia   (2521 words)

  
 History of Nova Scotia, Jan 1905 - Dec 1909
Nova Scotia plate #1 was issued on 8 May 1907, to Mr. William Black, Wolfville, for an Oldsmobile.
That's how it is done today in Nova Scotia; burn the coal in a generating plant located close to the mine — Lingan, Aconi — and carry the energy in electrical form by wire to the consumers.
The directors of the Nova Scotia Steel Corporation, meeting in Montreal, declared a stock bonus of twenty per cent, and a dividend of one per cent to holders of common stock, thus putting the common shares on a four per cent basis.
www.littletechshoppe.com /ns1625/nshist16.html   (6647 words)

  
 Descendants of James Pearce   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Eva is listed as a step-daughter of Abner and Sarah Pierce, in 1901 census.
She died on 1 Dec 1962 in Halifax, Nova Scotia and was buried in 1962 in North Kingston, Kings Co, Nova Scotia.
She died on 15 Dec 2000 in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia and was buried on 10 Jun 2001 in Hebron, Yarmouth Co, Nova Scotia.
www.genealogycanada.ca /aylesford/2james.htm   (13687 words)

  
 The Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly.
"Communications in the Northumberland Strait and the Gulf of St. Lawrence 1775-1951"; by G. MacLaren; 26 pp.
"The Past is Prologue"; by Charles Bruce Fergusson; Fergusson makes references to the early histories of Nova Scotia and of the establishment of PANS, from Akins through to himself (Fergusson); 16 pp.
"Nova Scotia and the Acadian Problem: 1710-1755"; by John Leefe; 18 pp.
www.blupete.com /Library/History/NSHQ.htm   (3344 words)

  
 Barrington Passage On Destination: Nova Scotia
Located in southwestern Nova Scotia, Canada, the service district of Barrington Passage and Area is on Route 3, just off Highway 103.
Barrington Passage is the central business district and hub of a rural community where the fishing industry has always been the main economic activity.
Settled in 1761 by Cape Codders who came to be close to the Maritime fishing grounds, the area is proud of its heritage, its seafaring past, and New England roots.
www.destination-ns.com /common/places.asp?PlaceID=2481   (135 words)

  
 Nova Scotia History Books.
Patterson was appointed to the Supreme Court bench in 1958, retiring in 1965.
ยง Born in Halifax, and first becoming, in 1889, Assistant Librarian of the Legislative Library, Piers was to be the curator of the Nova Scotia Museum and held that position from 1899 to the date of his death in 1940.
Harvey in 1931, Piers, in addition to his duties as the curator of the Nova Scotia Museum, was the "Duty Keeper of the Records.
www.blupete.com /Library/History/NovaScotia/P.htm   (871 words)

  
 Famous Nova Scotians
The following is a sampling of the many famous Nova Scotians who have made their mark in the world.
The dates of publication of the awards in the London Gazette were Dunn: 24 Feb 1857 (the first such list of VCs) and Hall: 1 Feb 1859.
Alexander Graham Bell (1847-1922) - Bell moved to Baddeck, Nova Scotia, in 1885, where in 1909, his silver dart airplane performed the first powered flight in the British Empire and where in 1919, Bell launched the world's first hydrofoil.
www.twrsoft.com /trivia/hist01.htm   (639 words)

  
 History of Nova Scotia, 2001 February
This list is accurate as of 4:00pm AST, 5 February — any domain names released by CIRA that were taken up during the 99 hours, between the release time and the time this list was made, do not appear here.
The federal cabinet's Order-in-Coucil 2001-0196, 8 February 2001, approved the appointment of David Colville, of Halifax, Nova Scotia, as Chairman of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission for a term of six months, effective 11 February 2001.
Nova Scotia has long recognized the connection between the inventor and the province.
www.littletechshoppe.com /ns1625/nshist77.html   (5039 words)

  
 Nova Canada North America Regional
Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay, whose home province is Nova Scotia, will host Rice on her visit to Canada.
for Nova Scotia will surely press the same case against Ottawa in the current round of federal-provincial talks over a new equalization deal for Canada.
The only wood holding its value right now in Nova Scotia is firewood.
www.iaswww.com /ODP/Regional/North_America/Canada/Nova...   (340 words)

  
 Cumberland County Genealogical Society
Eldon Hay, The Chignecto Covenanters, A Regional History of Reformed Presbyterianism in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, 1827-1905, McGill-Queens, Montreal and Kingston, 1996.
It is difficult not to drive about Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and not be amazed by the number and variety of small churches and tiny cemeteries that dot the country side.
Then he accepted a position with the Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company in designing and constructing coal and are shipping piers at North Sydney, Port Hastings and Pictou harbor, and on the completion of this work, returned to employment with the Dominion Coal Company.
www.ccgs.ednet.ns.ca /cumb/cumbco.htm   (8113 words)

  
 McLeod’s of Broad Run Genealogy Bibliography
This list is heavy on Atlantic Provinces of Canada Maritime interest as I am researching a list of Master Mariners.
My grandfather and his father are listed in the appendix but nothing much is said of them.
Norman McLeod and the Highlanders’ Migration to Nova Scotia and New Zealand.
sdmbizlists.home.infionline.net /Bibliography.html   (4971 words)

  
 Your Woodbury/Ober Family Web Site
As a technical sergeant, Paul was in charge of a radio-message center for the 289th Signal Corps, providing communications over vast areas for the 6th Army headquarters in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of Operations during World War II.
In 19 months overseas, he served during the campaigns in New Guinea, the Philippines and Japan and was awarded the Asiatic Pacific Theater Campaign Ribbon with bronze service arrowhead and the Philippine Liberation Ribbon with bronze service star.
Listed in Who's Who in America 1972 to 2001.
www.woodburyober.com /d12.html   (7260 words)

  
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Also, I feel that CFYZ should be listed in the NRC log since at a previous 99 watts it certainly isn't a classic TIS and I've had it here in IL a few times.
KRFC returns community radio to the city, lost in 1995 when KCSU *90.5 was turned over to students at Colorado State University.
All programs are listed on a menu so you can go straight to your exact DX catch later on.
www.worldofradio.com /dxld3069.txt   (13709 words)

  
 Listings Nova Scotia: Nova Scotia Communities
Communities in Nova Scotia - Districts - Regions
- Some "communities" shown here are actually areas, but are listed here for convenience.
- This is not a complete list of communities: the page only shows communities that have website listings in our directory.
listingscanada.ca /Nova-Scotia/communities3.asp   (56 words)

  
 Newsletter #1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
The educational needs of the community were met by the Port Elgin Superior School which stood atop a hill next to the Presbyterian Church.
Grades one to eleven were accommodated at this school which served the area well until consolidation of the school district when the Regional Memorial School was built and the "school on the hill" became an elementary school.
A branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia looked after the finances of the town; bank managers came and went, bringing an influx of new ideas and customs with them as they raised their families in our midst.
heritage.tantramar.com /Newsletter_15.html   (4818 words)

  
 Notes
Jean Baptise was a Sargeant Royal in the Army at Port Royal, Nova Scotia and was a master tailor.
The majority of Charles' descendents returned to the former Acadia, resettling in Nova Scotia and Southern New Brunswick, and in the USA in the States of Maine and Massachusetts, most continuing to spell their name Melanson, but some have changed to Malanson and Malonson.
The only descendent of Pierre known to have returned to Nova Scotia was Charles Marie who settled in Pomquet after returning with his mother from exile in France.
www.math.virginia.edu /~der/Genealogy/Ramirez_Html/notes.html   (8094 words)

  
 The Nova Scotia Museum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Educators Immerse your students in Nova Scotia's rich cultural and natural heritage.
Experience the history of work in Nova Scotia with hands-on exhibits at the Museum of Industry in Stellarton.
Join in the celebration with a Nova Scotia Museum publication and learn more about our heritage and culture.
museum.gov.ns.ca   (214 words)

  
 chrishynes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-01)
Happy Valley - Goose Bay is an isolated community and had very little to do, unless you like the woods ;-).
After a brief three year stay in Goose Bay we where posted again to Shearwater Nova Scotia, however my parents decided to buy a house in Lower Sackville which is part of the Halifax Regional Municipality.
Currently I am still living in Nova Scotia, I spent the 2001-02 winter working at Empire Theatres 18, but quit in July 2002 after the place went to hell.
www.chrishynes.com /about.php   (522 words)

  
 Tomfolio.com: History: Canada and No. America: Nova Scotia
Historical fiction depicting the founding of Chignecto country in Nova Scotia, Canada, by the people of Yorkshire in 1772.
"The story of a man's youth in Nova Scotia and how its influence reflected on his later life." He was Professor of Religious Education at the Theological School of St. Lawrence University from 1928 - 1960.
The sources of each tale are noted in the table of contents, under each title." GOOD ex-library (rear endpaper pocket, stickers & stamps, prelims stamped; titles on cloth dull; slight edgewear mostly at spine ends & tips; spine head pulled; binding tight & sound).
www.tomfolio.com /main/bookmem.asp?memid=49&subid=2505   (513 words)

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