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Halifax
   is the capital of   
Nova Scotia
Founded as a town in 1749 and named for the English 2nd Earl of Halifax, "Father of the Colonies" and founder of Nova Scotia.
Sydney
   is in   
Nova Scotia
Samuel De Champlain
      
Charted the Coast of Nova Scotia in 1604
In 1605 he established a colony in Port Royal Nova Scotia. He also colonised Quebec for trade in Fur.
A Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
   is classed as a   
Gundog
2003--Kilcreek's Coppertone Kid
Nova Scotia
   has a motto   
Munit Haec Et Latera Vincit
One defends the other conquers
Antigonish
   is situated in   
Nova Scotia
Halifax
   is situated in   
Nova Scotia
Archdiocese
Yarmouth
   is situated in   
Nova Scotia
A Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
   is classed as   
Sporting
Nova Scotia Peninsula
   is located in   
Canada
Nova Scotia
Cape Breton Highlands
   is the National Park located in   
Nova Scotia
Northern Cape Breton Island
Kejimkujik
   is the National Park located in   
Nova Scotia
Mass Burial of Titanic Victims
   is buried in   
Mount Olivet Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died April 15, 1912; Halifax
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
   has this flag:   

Ecum Secum
   is found in   
Nova Scotia, Canada
Name derives from an Indian term for "red bank"
Shag Harbour
   is found in   
Nova Scotia, Canada
Alexander Graham Bell
   is buried in   
Beinn Bhreagh Estate, Nova Scotia, Canada
Inventor, d. 1922
Mass Burial of Titanic Victims
   is buried in   
Fairview Cemetery, Nova Scotia, Canada
Died April 15, 1912; Halifax
Economy
   is found in   
Nova Scotia, Canada
Name derives from a Mi'kmaq term for "piece of land jutting out of water"






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