Nova Scotia Map Collection
About the map
This Nova Scotia map contains major highways, roads, and cities. It includes the capital city of Halifax, as well as other populated places. The elevation and satellite map of Nova Scotia displays the topographic features of the province highlighting its hills, valleys, and low mountains.
Nova Scotia is part of the Maritimes and is almost completely surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. The Northumberland Strait separates Nova Scotia from Prince Edward Island. Finally, it’s the Bay of Fundy that is situated in the northeast with New Brunswick.
Nova Scotia is Canada’s second-smallest province in size. The province is known for lobster fishing, lighthouses, and its 13,000 kilometers of coastline. For example, Peggy’s Cove is one of the most renowned lighthouses in the world. It’s also important to note that Nova Scotia was one of the four original provinces (along with New Brunswick, Ontario, and Quebec) when Canada became a country in 1867.
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Nova Scotia Cities and Towns
Lakes, Rivers, and Water Features
Saint Mary’s River
St. Georges Bay
Bras d’Or Lake
Halifax Stanfield International Airport
Major Highways and Roads