Views of the Barrington River (Kiack Brook) in the historic district of Barrington.
This is a live view from NOAA's geostationary satellite GOES-East
View of Shelburne Waterfront
Merlin is particularly fond of green grapes, peanuts, carrots, walnuts and yes, even crackers! He joined the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic during a Pets at Sea event in 2006.
Ski Wentworth has some of the most varied and challenging terrain in the Maritime Provinces. A variety of trails will challenge any skier from beginner to expert.
Ski Martock is 600 feet high with seven trails including a terrain park and half pipe, 1 quad chairlift, two T-bar lifts and two rope tows.
White Point is a popular year-round oceanfront beach resort on Nova Scotia's South Shore.
View of Nova Scotias well-known landmark, the famous Peggys Cove Lighthouse.
View from the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel to Georges Island, Port Authority, Seaport Farmers Market, Pier 21-22 and McNabs Island.
Located at the tip of scenic Cape Forchu, this towering beacon sits atop picturesque volcanic rocks and has guided vessels safely into the Yarmouth Harbour since 1840.