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2016 Travel Guide to Canada

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TRAVEL GUIDE TO CANADA T his is the place—the place where you'll discover an ocean of things to see and do. In Nova Scotia you can savour the bounty of land and sea, submerge yourself in history, revel in the outdoors and be immersed in different cultures. Imagine visiting a place where your biggest chal- lenge is deciding what to see and do fi rst. So, pack lightly and breathe deeply. Oh yes—and expect the unexpected! "CANADA'S OCEAN PLAYGROUND" This moniker has been around for decades—and no wonder. Nova Scotia— Latin for New Scotland—is almost completely surrounded by the sea. Located just about halfway between the equator and the North Pole, the province has 7,600 km (4,722 mi.) of coastline and you are never more than 67 km (42 mi.) from the ocean. One side of the province borders the Bay of Fundy—home to the highest tides in the world. One of the especially charming features of this province is that, regardless of where you are, within minutes you can enjoy great shops and galleries, fabulous food, world-class theatre productions, unique festivals, historical sites or be in a remote and secluded campsite. It is no wonder that tourists fi nd this province irresistible. irreSiStiBLe CoaStaL CHarM BY SANDRA PHINNEY irreSiStiBLe CoaStaL CHarM noVa SCotia CaPe forCHU • nS toUriSM NOVA SCOTIA

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