Life in Nova Scotia
Life in Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is an exquisite maritime province surrounded by over 3,800 coastal islands. It is Canada’s second-smallest province and can be characterized as a kind-hearted family-oriented community. It is known for its rolling green hills, high sea cliffs perched over beautiful beaches, and quaint waterfront cities.
The province has a variety of leisure activities to take part in, such as hiking a variety of terrains and trails, most notably the Skyline Trail, Bay of Fundy tidal bore rafting, whale watching in Cape Breton or road tripping down the winding roads of the Cabot Trail. There are also plenty of historic sites to visit, such as Louisbourg National Historic Site, Grand Pre National Historic Site (One of Nova Scotia’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites) and Memory Lane Heritage Village. A memorable excursion to consider would be to visit Burntcoat Head Park during low tide for a chance to walk on the ocean floor. For foodies and wine enthusiasts, there are a number of local farmers markets, vineyards, breweries and distilleries producing a selection of local craft liquor. Must visit distilleries include Ironworks and Glenora Inn, which produces the only malt whisky in Canada. Life in Nova Scotia has something to offer everyone.
The Cabot Trail is Nova Scotia’s gem, a 297km trail that twists and turns as it traverses the coastal mountains of Cape Breton Highlands National Park. With its magnificent ocean views, it is simply a must for the adventurous. Nova Scotia is also home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, namely Joggins Fossil Cliffs, The Landscape of Grand Pre and Lunenburg.
Joggins Fossil Cliffs is situated on the Bay of Fundy, where visitors can observe over 15 kilometres of the world’s most complete fossil record of life in the “Coal Age”. The Landscape of Grand Pre is a 13 km expanse of dykelands, fields and settlements on the hills. It is also located on Fundy Bay, and can be best appreciated from the View Park on Old Post Road. Old Town Lunenburg is one of only two urban communities in North America designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Discover Nova Scotia’s maritime heritage by visiting a number of ships moored off the port. The Annapolis Valley is a fantastic destination to slow things down and unwind while sampling some of the region’s finest wines or take in the stunning views of Grand Pre. South Shore is Nova Scotia’s most visited coastline, boasting the provinces most archetypal lighthouse, lush forest coves and white sandy beaches. With all this and more, who could resist the small time charm and beauty of Nova Scotia?
Immigrate to Nova Scotia
There are many ways to relocate to Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia has its own Express Entry programs, aimed at facilitating the immigration process of qualified foreign nationals. One of the easiest ways to request permanent residency is the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (Nova Scotia PNP), which has a number of criteria that must be met in order to be considered for nomination.
|Nova Scotia Provincial Nomination Program|
|Nova Scotia Labour Market Priorities Stream||For foreign workers who want to live and work in Nova Scotia and meet the labour market needs of the province.|
|Nova Scotia Demand: Express Entry Stream||For highly skilled foreign workers who want to work and live in the province.|
|Nova Scotia Experience: Express Entry Stream||For foreign workers who have at least one year of work experience in a skilled occupation in the province.|
|Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program||For foreign workers who would like to buy, invest in or start a new business in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador.|
|Labour Market Priorities for Physicians||For qualified foreign physicians who want to live and work in Nova Scotia.|
|Entrepreneur Stream||For experience business owners or business managers who want to own and operate a business and live in Nova Scotia.|
|International Graduate Entrepreneur Stream||For recent graduates of a Nova Scotia university or community college who have started or bought a business in the province.|
|Skilled Worker Stream||For skilled foreign workers and recently graduated international students in Nova Scotia.|
|Occupations in-Demand Stream||For semi-skilled workers with a job offer in Nova Scotia. Examples include nurse aides and truck drivers.|
How We Can Help
Whether you want to visit or immigrate to Nova Scotia, we are the immigration consultancy that can make it happen. The first step of the process involves completing a comprehensive online evaluation that will allow us to determine which options you qualify for. Our Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs), will then represent you and make sure that everything is correct, complete and delivered on time. Let us help you navigate your way to Canada!