Even though Nova Scotia is Canada’s second smallest province, our people share a rich tapestry of culture and heritage that shapes who we are and where we live. Today, our sheltered bays and inlets continue to welcome newcomers to our shores, solidifying our enviable reputation for hospitality and acceptance of difference. Our legacy of migration can be found in our physical surroundings; in our museums, archives and libraries; in our communities; and in the varied and dynamic nature of our cultural expression. Influenced by the beauty of the land, captivated by a relationship with the sea, and inspired by the desire to not only preserve our roots, but also, invite new roots to grow, Nova Scotians are enriched by who we were and who we have yet to become.
A variety of events and special programming have been planned to commemorate what many consider Halifax's darkest day.
Nova Scotia Archives is commemorating the 98th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion with new digital content.
Nova Scotia will take a more modern and efficient approach to registering heritage properties with changes to the Heritage Property Act.
The Nova Scotia Archives has launched a new virtual exhibit called Letters Home: Correspondence from the First World War.
Nova Scotia artist Tom Forrestall has created two new works to celebrate the life and accomplishments of amateur geologist Eldon George and the Parrsboro Rock and Mineral Shop.
The Witness Blanket, a universal symbol of remembrance and protection, is now on display at Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Centre near Truro.
Some of the most significant prizes for artists in Nova Scotia were awarded at the 10th Creative Nova Scotia Awards Gala on Saturday, November 7.
Thirty-one new works from visual arts and fine craft, created by 20 artists, were added to the Nova Scotia Art Bank.
The new members continue the council's commitment to ensuring it reflects the cultural, professional and geographic diversity of Nova Scotia.
Join the province's biggest book club by reading this year's One Book Nova Scotia selection, Just Beneath My Skin by Darren Greer.