Living in Nova Scotia
A modern port city, Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia, blends a unique heritage with ongoing urban growth and development. It is the largest city in the Atlantic Provinces with a population of approximately 403,000 people. It is easily accessible, with an international airport. Dalhousie's Studley, Sexton and Carleton campuses are located in the heart of the city.
About Truro and Bible Hill
Dalhousie's Agricultural Campus is located just outside of the town of Truro in the village of Bible Hill. The village is a vibrant, primarily residential community with a population of more than 5,000. Bible Hill features spectacular walking trails through nine recreational parks and is home to the popular Truro Raceway.
If you recently immigrated to Canada, or have moved here from another city or province, the following resources may be helpful to you: