Canada's easternmost city crams a lot into its relatively small package. This city of about 350,000 historically has played two major roles: as a gateway for immigrants and as a military outpost. While those roles are no longer the focus, their heritage remains an important part of the culture of this charming community. Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia (Latin for New Scotland), which is virtually surrounded by water. The city itself faces the Atlantic Ocean, and various activities (a ...

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