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Bluenose II Company Store | Bluenose Clothing
Gives background on the organisation, Bluenose was a famous fishing and racing schooner designed by William J. Roué, built in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, and launched in 1921. 121

Nova Scotia Provincial Shield - The Nova Scot
Learn about the Nova Scotia Provincial Shield in the Nova Scotia Unit Study.

Bed and Breakfast Halifax Nova Scotia, Blue F
Blue Forest Lane Bed and Breakfast is situated in Halifax Nova Scotia in a country setting. Come enjoy a few days of serenity and find out why our guest call Blue Forest Lane one of the

Nova Scotia Provincial Coat of Arms - Nova Sc
Nova Scotia Provincial Coat of Arms for the Nova Scotia Unit Study.

Birds of Nova Scotia - Blue-winged Teal
Status Common transient, fairly common in summer. It has shown a notable increase in Nova Scotia during the past 50 years but is still less common on Cape Breton Island than on mainland

Birds of Nova Scotia - Blue Jay
Although Blue Jays are generally considered nonmigratory, wings blue with bold white and black bars; For further information contact Webmaster, Nova Scotia Museum. Privacy Statement

Canada`s Acadian Coast - Visit Canada`s Acadi
Canada`s Acadian Coast is the original "Cajun country." From here, Acadian (French Catholic) settlers moved - under duress - to Louisiana and to British colonies in 1755, but they returned

Blue Rocks, Nova Scotia
In July, I visited Nova Scotia for a week for the purpose of photographing a few Nova Scotian outports. The little town of Blue Rocks is advertised as andquot;Lunenburg`s answer to Peggy`s

Driving in Eastern Canada - Tips for Driving
If you plan to drive in Canada`s maritime provinces, you`ll want to know what the roads are like. Find out more about road conditions in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island,

Blue Rocks Nova Scotia - Wikipedia, the free
Blue Rocks is a small village on the shores of Lunenburg Bay in Nova Scotia. It stands to seaward of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, somewhat to the east. For many years a fishing village, it was

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