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Blueback Herring
Here are some facts about blueback herring and how they affect fishing in fresh water.
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Pipe & Piling Supplies Ltd: Welcome to Pi
Pipe andamp; Piling Supplies (Eastern) Ltd. 1477 Hammonds Plains Rd Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia B4A 2X2 Tel: (902) 835-6158 Fax: (902) 835-6079 Toll Free: 1-888-835-6158
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Fishing for Jail Birds!
Have you ever had someone try to teach you how to do something only to come to the realization that what he is teaching you is almost impossible? That`s the way I felt many years ago when
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Kayak Nova Scotia
They’ve been gradually kayaking large swathes of Nova Scotia’s shoreline each summer, I sometimes forget that there’s more to kayaking than piling on the miles and seeing the sights.
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Halifax Explosion in 1917 - World War I Halif
The collision of a relief vessel and a munitions carrier in Halifax Harbour during World War I caused the world`s largest man-made explosion before Hiroshima.
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History of Nova Scotia; Acadia, Bk.1, Port Ro
The Taking of Port Royal from the French by the English in 1710.
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History of Nova Scotia, Bk1, Pt1, Ch4. The Fo
A Geographical Description of the Acadian Valley. The early French exploration of Massachusetts and the theft of a kettle.
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Nova Scotia Provincial Unit Study - facts and
Learn about the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia in the Nova Scotia Unit Study
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The Amherst Daily News, Nova Scotia: Local Ne
What’s supposed to be a scenic diversion isn’t so scenic right now.A group of cottagers at Heather Beach are upset with the amount of garbage piling up along Highway 366 and want the
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Nova Scotia Canada - Government Parks and Map
A founding province of Canada, Nova Scotia is nearly surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean, and is known for its high tides, lobster, fish, blueberries and apples. Discover more about this
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