Quick Links: Territories This cold, mountainous region consists of New Brunswick and the Isthmus of Chignecto. The southern parts of this province were the most populous, including the coastal city of Saint John.
Quick Links: Territories Beyond the rock mountains of the north is a lush wilderness full of history and memories. Prey and new growth have returned the areas devastated by the 2008 fire, but here and there are still signs of what once had been.
Quick Links: Territories The center of Nova Scotia boasts moderate weather, though the landscape evinces glaciation thousands of years ago. Proud hills and rolling, low-slung mountains jut upward between two jagged coastlines.
Quick Links: Territories Devastated by the effects of a meteor crash offshore, the southernmost extremes of Nova Scotia have fractured into a jagged coastline and hundreds of tiny islands. The uneven terrain is marshy and wet, full of streams coursing through forests of broken trees and dangerous fissures.