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Discover rural Nova Scotia

There is no better place to live than Nova Scotia. The province has welcomed newcomers from around the world for centuries. At the heart of Nova Scotia are its communities, offering beautiful landscapes, friendly people, excellent services, and unparalleled quality of life.

This online settlement guide is designed to help you get the most from life in Nova Scotia. Here you will find straightforward and useful information about immigrating, living, and working in the community you choose to call home.




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Success in Nova Scotia

George El-Jakl builds a new life and successful grocery in Canada after immigrating from Lebanon

Adjustment to life in Canada took some time, but was made easier with the support of family   



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ABOUT NOVA SCOTIA


An introduction to Nova Scotia's history, government, economy, and lifestyle.





COMING TO NOVA SCOTIA


Immigrating to Nova Scotia? Check here for help planning your journey.





WORKING IN NOVA SCOTIA


Learn about finding a job and building a successful career in Nova Scotia.





BUSINESS IN NOVA SCOTIA


Resources for starting and growing a business in Nova Scotia.





LIVING IN NOVA SCOTIA


Information and tips for housing, shopping, health care and much more.





COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHTS


Find information about local organizations and services in your corner of Nova Scotia.














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