The pandemic has been rough on many. With vaccinations moving forward, Nova Scotians are all looking forward to life after COVID-19. We have put together a list of the Top 7 Things To Do In Nova Scotia After COVID-19. What is on the top of your list of things to do?
When Toronto came through the SARS pandemic in 2003, they threw a huge concert with The Rolling Stones. We have a lot of talent in Nova Scotia, from the Nova Scotia Ultimate Online Kitchen Party to more popular names. The venue could be The Halifax Common where Paul McCartney rocked in 2009.
Although you may have welcomed friends and family within the Atlantic Bubble, it's likely been a while since you've seen people who live outside of Atlantic Canada. Nova Scotians are looking forward to welcoming family and visitors from away.
Although small weddings have been permitted in some forms during COVID-19, you haven't been able to dance. We're looking forward to getting together with friends and family for weddings and hitting the dance floor to some Rankin Family!
It has been a while since we've been able to cheer on our hometown Halifax Mooseheads and Cape Breton Screaming Eagles like we used to. Many local minor teams are also looking forward to having fans back in the stands to cheer them on.
Friends will always be friends, but sometimes instead of only a visit, you need a hug. When the pandemic is over, we look forward to getting close to friends again.
Although cinemas have been open during portions of the pandemic, crowds have been kept at a minimum. We look forward to the return of the movie blockbusters as releases have been limited during COVID-19.
We have been confined to Nova Scotia and as good as it is, we want to explore. Many have family that live elsewhere in Canada. They miss them and want to visit. Others want to travel and play tourist.