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Professional Nova Scotia Movers - Free Quotes and Relocation Services

 

To help you to find reliable movers Nova Scotia, we have compiled a list of Movers in Nova Scotia where you can avail all kinds of Moving Services & Local Moves. The Nova Scotia Movers listed under TopMoving.ca are screened and scrutinized to ensure that you receive the 'Best Relocation Service'. The Nova Scotia Local Movers are registered and provide satisfactory services to the best of our knowledge.

So What Next? Simply fill the Quote Form, and get connected to the top Nova Scotia Movers. You will receive free multiple moving quotes from the leading local movers in and around Nova Scotia, NS and make your move successful, one that saves money and time simultaneously.

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Amherst
Antigonish
Bedford
Berwick
Bridgetown
Bridgewater
Chester
Dartmouth
Digby
Enfield
Glace Bay
Halifax
Hantsport
Inverness
Kentville
Lantz
Liverpool
Lunenburg
Middleton
New Glasgow
New Waterford
Oxford
Parrsboro
Pictou
Port Hawkesbury
Shelburne
Springhill
Sydney Mines
Truro
Windsor
Wolfville
Yarmouth

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About Nova Scotia


Nova Scotia is the 2nd most densely populated province of Canada and the most highly populated province of Atlantic Canada. The name Nova Scotia means “New Scotland” in Latin language. The capital of the province is Halifax which is its largest city and also the biggest metro area.

The official gemstone of Nova Scotia is Agate; its provincial fish is the brook trout. The mayflower is the provincial flower of Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is the provincial dog of Nova Scotia and its provincial horse is sable island horse. The provincial bird of the province is the osprey. Nova Scotia’s provincial tree is the red spruce. The official mineral of province is the stilbite. Finally its provincial berry is the wild blueberry.

The province of Nova Scotia is a peninsula and is connected to the Canadian province of New Brunswick by the Isthmus of Chignecto. The province is the 12th largest of the 13 provinces of Canada. Nova Scotia covers an area of 55,284 Sq/Km or 21,345 Sq/Miles. Of the total area 53,338 Sq/ Km or 20,594 sq mi is covered by land while the rest of 1,946 Sq/Km or 751 Sq/miles is covered by water which is 3.5% of total area.

Nova Scotia is situated in mid temperate climatic zone even though the province is a peninsula surrounded by water on 3 sides; the climatic conditions are similar to being continental than being maritime climate. Average temperature during spring season is 2 – 9 degrees Celsius, while summer temperatures are between 16-24 degrees. In the fall season average temperature is 18 degrees Celsius which falls to -3 degrees Celsius during winter.

As of 2010, Nova Scotia had a population of 942,506 and in the last decade i.e., from 2001 – 2010 the population grew at the rate of 1.1%. Scottish are the largest ethnic group in the province and constitute 29.3% of the population. English are the 2nd largest ethnic group forming 28.1% of the population. Irish are the 3rd major ethnic group in the province with 19.9% share in population. Other ethnic groups include German, Dutch, First Nations Aboriginals, Welsh, Italian and Acadian.

The nominal GDP of Nova Scotia as of 2009-2010 was $34,283 billion Canadian dollars which is the 7th largest in Canada. In 2009, the province had a personal per-capita income of 32,608. Nova Scotia has a well developed defense aerospace sector earning over $500 million annually. Tourism is a major industry in the province supporting over 6,600 associated businesses and receiving over 200,000 cruise ship tourists at Halifax. The province also has a well developed film industry which is in fact the 4th largest in Canada.

 
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