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We have recently finished a listing with a realtor and now that commission is not an issue we have some room to negotiate. Canadian province located on the eastern seaboard of North America, one of the four original provinces (along with New Brunswick, Ontario, and Quebec) that constituted the Dominion of Canada in 1867.
It became the site of the first permanent European settlement in North America north of Florida when the French established a fur-trading post at Port Royal (near present-day Annapolis Royal) in 1605. Nova Scotia’s upland regions reach a maximum elevation of more than 1,700 feet (520 metres) above sea level in the Cape Breton Highlands.In 2008 the Nova Scotia has a modified continental climate that is greatly influenced by the proximity of the sea.The Atlantic coastal regions experience the warmest winter and coolest summer temperatures.Acadian communities, with a lively Acadian culture, are located in southwestern Nova Scotia and on Cape Breton Island.Most of the remaining people are descended from settlers from the British Isles and from what is now the United States.Primarily hunters and gatherers, the Mi’kmaq ranged over the Maritime Provinces and into the Gaspé Peninsula and later spread to Newfoundland and New England.
Their Algonquian language is reflected in such Nova Scotian place-names as Musquodoboit, Pugwash, and Shubenacadie.
Many of Nova Scotia’s Mi’kmaq people now live on reservations.
About one-eighth of Nova Scotia’s population is at least partially descended from the Acadian French, some of whom returned from exile after the end of French-English conflict in North America in 1763.
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