How is life in Nova Scotia? Many residents appreciate the Nova Scotians' laid-back lifestyle. Clocks are ticking a little bit slower, people seem to be more relaxed and there is always time for a little chat around the corner. Locals are lovely and friendly and there are lots of community activities going on everywhere.
You don't have to drive far to get to a beautiful lake or to the ocean. Very seldom you will see line-ups or traffic jams especially if you live in a rural area. But also the main capital Halifax seems to be more relaxed compared to other north american cities. The slow-down maritime lifestyle is always present.
Nova Scotia is definitely a great province to raise your family or just to enjoy nature and the outdoors. There are many opportunities for sport and outdoor enthusiasts. For example, in Antigonish County there is Keppoch Mountian which features outdoor family fun, hiking and downhill trails with or without shuttles.
There are numerous hiking trails all over the province, like the Cape George Hiking Trail which is close by to our Antigonish County developments.
Not to forget the Cape Breton Highlands National Park and the Kejimkujik National Park and many more parks Nova Scotia has to offer.
You will find many outdoor opportunities like kayaking, fishing, ATV driving, horseback riding, hunting, swimming, just to name some.
Highspeed internet is growing fast in the province and improves from year to year. There are hardly any places that have not been connected to the internet and the internet speeds have been increased over the years.
For your daily food demand there are many grocery store chains like Sobeys and Atlantic Superstore to find. But there are also tiny stores and farmers markets around that offer a variety of local fresh vegetables and treats.