The coldest temperature ever recorded in Nova Scotia was -41.1°C (2/10)

The coldest temperature ever recorded in Nova Scotia was -41.1°C on January 31, 1920 in Upper Stewiacke.

Stewiacke also holds the honour of being half way between the equator and north pole.

50,000 tonnes of lobster Is hauled from our waters each year (1/10)

Bluenose II was built to promote a Nova Scotia beer (3/10)