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Whale Watching in Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia's quality of life attracts and retains highly skilled workers

The OECD’s Better Life Index shows Canada as best in the G-7 in terms of overall living conditions and quality of life. 

Where people want to live and work

The quality of life in Nova Scotia is second to none. Whether you prefer sandy beaches and coastal cliffs, or the culture and energy of city life, you’re never far from either. Our weather is moderate, and there’s plenty to do no matter what time of year it is. There is skiing and skating in the winter, hiking, golf and surfing in the summer, and theatre and music festivals all year long. 


Best overall living conditions

According to the Candian Trade Commissioner, the Organization for Economic Co-operation & Development (OECD) Better Life Index shows Canada as the best in the G-7 in terms of overall living conditions and quality of life.


Beautiful natural environment

Nova Scotia’s mix of urban rural landscapes and communities result in a city that balances work and play with city and nature. 

Our partner novascotia.com attracts visitors from all over the world to our beautiful province. And what they tell us is that once people visit they want to come back and visit again and some even make Nova Scotia their home. 


Canada’s ocean city

The commercial heart of Halifax is on the water and there is no shortage of beautiful beaches, scenic coastal villages like Peggy’s Cove, and water sports like sailing, deep-sea fishing and some of the best winter surfing in the world. Learn more about our ocean city.


Cost of living

  • Affordable living: The average home price in Halifax is $307,239, well below the national average of $474,590.
  • Short commutes: Our average commuting distance is just 6.5 km—almost 2 kilometres shorter than other provincial averages.

Nova Scotia is a wonderful place to work and live, learn more about our strategic business location.

Living in Nova Scotia

The people are kind. The food is exceptional. And the commutes are short. It doesn't get much better than this.

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