Valentine's Day has us thinking of all kinds of date ideas and romantic things to do around Nova Scotia...so we've come up with a list of things to do. Go out and explore with your sweetheart. Happy Valentine's Day!
When you drive along the highways in Nova Scotia, you may see a trailhead icon on one of the exit signs. Two of these icons that I can remember off the top of my head are for Cape Chignecto and Cape George. Both are the starting & end point of the Cape to Cape footpath trail. In between these two points are a number of quality hiking trails; one of which is Cape George Heritage Trails.
Cape George Heritage Trails are a network of footpaths totalling 37 kms, only a half hour from Antigonish up along route 337. Coming from Truro, you see the exit signs promoting the scenic route to the trailhead along Highway 104. This takes you past the Cape George Point Lighthouse (well worth the detour). However, coming from the Antigonish direction, you can find the trailhead (Cape George Heritage School) faster.
With the holidays behind us and New Year’s resolutions still intact, let us help you kick off your ‘eating better’ resolution on the right foot... er... fork. Here in Nova Scotia, you’ll discover delicious events featuring local fare, inspiring dining opportunities where locally sourced foods are served up for you… and even the opportunity to cook with a chef!
Looking to bring some Nova Scotia love to someone on your list? We think you'll find something for everyone from our list below.
One of Nova Scotia’s proudest, longstanding Christmas traditions took place last week. Since 1971, Nova Scotia has given a Christmas tree to the people of the City of Boston in gratitude for their assistance and support following the Halifax Explosion on December 6, 1917.
On November 11 Canadians remember our veterans - those courageous men and women who have made sacrifices to provide us our freedom. If you are in Nova Scotia for Remembrance Day, we invite you attend a ceremony or event. We have complied a list below.
Nova Scotia has a rich, seafaring history and also a strong military history. From shipwrecks and privateers to battles at the Fortress of Louisbourg, there are many stories to tell. So it only makes sense that these would evolve over time into legends and folklore we love at this time of year.This is what makes Nova Scotia such a perfect backdrop for some Halloween fun! Whether you are taking a ghost walk or tour where you are sure to learn some history that is not currently in the books. If you are just up for for some good spooky fun, we have something for you too! Here are just some of the haunted locations, spooooooooky ghost tours and fun-filled family events going on around the province.
We drove out to Peggy's Cove to check out a designated Provincial Park Reserve in West Dover, an area known as "The land of confusion". We wanted to explore what we thought to be the lesser known outdoor experience when visiting this area.
"Our vision is to create the Sundance of Food Films." - Chef Michael Howell, Executive Director of Devour
It's a lofty goal but one that the creators of Devour! are sure to achieve. If you LOVE food and you love great films then you just have to get to Devour! What's Devour? Coolest. Food. Film. Fest ever.