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Province Announces Culture Sector Projects

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Cultural producers in Nova Scotia will receive help expanding into national and international markets, thanks to ongoing provincial investments in the culture sector.

Province Strengthening Position as Tourist Destination

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Tourism-related projects that market the province to the Atlantic Canadian and Northeastern U.S. markets will receive funding support from the province.

Province Supports Cultural Activities

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Nova Scotians and visitors to the province will have more opportunities to enjoy cultural activities in our communities, thanks to ongoing investments by the province.

Tourism Industry Remains Confident

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Tourism industry leaders and the Nova Scotia government remain confident in the province's tourism plan.

New Experiences Await Visitors to Nova Scotia

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From a seven-day rug-hooking tour in Cheticamp to a living black history program in Birchtown, there are a dozen new and enhanced experiences awaiting visitors to Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia and the Sea

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Researchers, students, and those simply interested in our maritime heritage now have access to a new online resource containing dramatic images and artifacts depicting Nova Scotia's complex relationship with the sea.

Province Committed to Long-term Growth of Publishing Sector

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A redesigned support program will soon make it easier for book publishers in Nova Scotia to grow and expand.

La Province appuie les célébrations du 400e anniversaire de Port-Royal

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La Nouvelle-Écosse présentera une partie de la culture et de son patrimoine au monde entier ce samedi 16 juillet alors que des milliers de visiteurs se réuniront pour célébrer le 400e anniversaire de l’établissement de Port-Royal.

Province Supports Port Royal's 400th Anniversary Celebrations

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Nova Scotia will showcase part of its culture and heritage to the world on Saturday, July 16, as thousands of visitors gather to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the landing at Port Royal.

Young Artists Selected for 2005 Canada Games

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Four young Nova Scotians have been selected to develop their artistic talents at the 2005 Canada Games in Regina next month.

Nova Scotia's Rich Geological Past Beckons 250,000th Visitor

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The Fundy Geological Museum in Parrsboro, Cumberland Co., is only days away from its next significant discovery -- the 250,000th visitor to see first-hand some of the oldest dinosaur bones in the world.

Appointments to Arts and Culture Partnership Council

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Two new members and three returning members have been appointed to the Nova Scotia Arts and Culture Partnership Council.

Nova Scotia Cultural Organizations Receive $2.9 Million Boost

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Sixty-eight of Nova Scotia's leading cultural organizations received a $2.9-million boost from the province today, June 16.

New Contract for Bluenose II

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A new operating contract for the Bluenose II guarantees the legacy of the province's famous schooner will be preserved and promoted for the benefit of all Nova Scotians.

Online Exhibit Showcases Gaelic Heritage

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Visitors to the Nova Scotia Archives' website can explore the province's rich Gaelic heritage using a new virtual exhibit.

Exploring Mi'kmaq Heritage in Debert and Belmont

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A team of geologists and archaeologists is about to start looking for ancient sites in the Debert-Belmont area of Colchester County where the early ancestors of the Mi'kmaq once lived. The sites are the earliest evidence of human settlement in the province, and are considered to be of provincial, national and international significance.

Enhancing the Visitor Experience in Peggy's Cove

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TOURISM, CULTURE AND HERITAGE--Enhancing the Visitor Experience in Peggy's Cove

Another Successful Tourism Appearance in Toronto

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TOURISM, CULTURE AND HERITAGE--Another Successful Tourism Appearance in Toronto

Register of Historic Places Now Searchable Online

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TOURISM, CULTURE AND HERITAGE--Register of Historic Places Now Searchable Online

Sharing Nova Scotia's Mi'kmaq Culture and Heritage

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TOURISM, CULTURE AND HERITAGE--Sharing Nova Scotia's Mi'kmaq Culture and Heritage