Eat (and Drink) Your Way Around Nova Scotia

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Local, sustainable, and organic are terms that get tossed around a lot in the culinary world these days, but in few places does this emphasis seem to be so pervasive than in Nova Scotia, Canada. If you’re an adventurous foodie out to discover the best of what Nova Scotia has to offer, don’t miss these top spots.

Braving a Cape Breton Wind Storm – Nova Scotia, Canada

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Find out what happened when gale-force winds blew through Diane Letulle's family vacation in Nova Scotia – one of the most memorable days of their trip.

Rain, Rain, Go Away – Nova Scotia, Canada

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Jennifer Miller spent wet nights on a logging road in a Nova Scotian game preserve – five hundred miles, five children and unending rain. On bicycles.

A ‘Titanic’ Moment – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Moushumi Chakrabarty ‘meets’ the real Jack Dawson in Nova Scotia.

A Grave Addiction: Halifax’s Old Burying Ground – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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Looking for someplace to relax in Halifax? Carolyn Theriault knows just the place – the cemetary.

The Edge of the Real – Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

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Camping had always been a means to an end for Eric

Lobster Porn – Nova Scotia, Canada

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Helping David Kessler take his mind off his dodgy

Land Shanties – Nova Scotia, Canada

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David Kessler took to the seas on the Tall Ship Ro