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Carved statue at the Stadium in Truro NS.

Carved statue at the Stadium in Truro NS.

A & K Lick-A-Chick Restaurant -- boasting the best fried chicken on the planet.  Must eat here!

A & K Lick-A-Chick Restaurant -- boasting the best fried chicken on the planet. Must eat here!

Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ) in Enfield, NS

Halifax Stanfield International Airport (YHZ) in Enfield, NS

Museum of Industry in Stellarton, NS One of Canada’s few comprehensive industrial museums, the Nova Scotia Museum of Industry tells the story of work and workers

Museum of Industry in Stellarton, NS One of Canada’s few comprehensive industrial museums, the Nova Scotia Museum of Industry tells the story of work and workers

Glooscap is a figure that features heavily in Mikmaq creation stories. One favourite is that when Glooscap slept, Nova Scotia was his bed, and Prince Edward Island was his pillow. This statue can be outside the Glooscap Interpretive Centre in Truro, N.S.

Glooscap is a figure that features heavily in Mikmaq creation stories. One favourite is that when Glooscap slept, Nova Scotia was his bed, and Prince Edward Island was his pillow. This statue can be outside the Glooscap Interpretive Centre in Truro, N.S.

Nova Scotia Lobsterman catches bright blue lobster - More rare than blue at one in two million is the yellow lobster at one in 30 million. Calico lobsters are just as rare.

Nova Scotia Lobsterman catches bright blue lobster - More rare than blue at one in two million is the yellow lobster at one in 30 million. Calico lobsters are just as rare.

Sable Island in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia has a thriving population of wild horses. The Sable Island horses are among the few wild horse populations that are entirely unmanaged: they are not subject to any kind of human interference. The Sable Island horses have had legal protection under the Sable Island Regulations of the Canada Shipping Act since 1961.

Sable Island in the Atlantic off the coast of Nova Scotia has a thriving population of wild horses. The Sable Island horses are among the few wild horse populations that are entirely unmanaged: they are not subject to any kind of human interference. The Sable Island horses have had legal protection under the Sable Island Regulations of the Canada Shipping Act since 1961.

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