Nova Scotia


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a peninsula in eastern Canada between the Bay of Fundy and the Saint Lawrence River

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the Canadian province in the Maritimes consisting of the Nova Scotia peninsula and Cape Breton Island

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Schooner "Gilbert Hope"; went astray in dory, Robert Beavon, 29, married, native of Pubnico, Nova Scotia.
Hawkins, alias Williams, 34, married, Shelbourne, Nova Scotia.
This centre is a new venture between the province of Nova Scotia, IBM and a group of six Nova Scotia post-secondary institutions.
The governor of Nova Scotia acted with the agreement of his newly appointed head of court, with the cooperation of English Royal Navy and government, and in unity with the governor of Massachusetts who helped raise an army of two thousand soldiers and assembled a fleet of ships--including those of Boston merchant, John Hancock.
Grand Pre's inhabitants were "Acadians," descendants of the French Canadian trappers and merchants who had settled Nova Scotia roughly a century and a half earlier.
According to a RRFB Nova Scotia, the increased handling fees will provide approximately $600,000 of new money to the province's Enviro-Depot system.
The reduction is the result of a comprehensive solid waste management strategy developed by the Nova Scotia Department of the Environment following the 1995 passage of the Nova Scotia Environment Act.
Contrary to the view that all medically necessary services are covered in Canada through their social health insurance system, long-term care is not an insured service in Nova Scotia.
Federal income tax purposes, the Service reviewed the Nova Scotia Companies Act, particularly as to continuity of life, centralization of management, limited liability, and the free transferability of interests.
Jansa of the Bedford Institute of Oceanography in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, report in the June 18 NATURE that they have accumulated enough geochemical and seismic evidence to confirm that it is an impact crater.
In 2003 the Nova Scotia departments of health and health promotion gave PP more than $300,000.
The more than 50 crocodile skulls and jaws uncovered in Nova Scotia, adds Shubin, will reveal much about the groups that gave rise to modern crocodiles.
Effective May 11, 2006, the Bank of Nova Scotia Credit Agreement, which currently supports the series B-1, B-2 and B-3 CP notes, will be amended to support all series B-4 CP notes thereafter issued to roll-over the series B-4 and B-5 CP notes, which are currently supported by a JPMorgan Chase Bank Credit Agreement.
On November 6, 2003, the Supreme Court handed down its decision: by a vote of 5 to 4, it overturned the decision of the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, thus affixing its constitutional seal of approval on the trial judge's order.
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