Photostory #372: Fair Stands the Breeze for Nova Scotia: Proud Province on the Move

Gar Lunney
National Film Board of Canada
Release Date
September 8, 1964
CMCP fonds
Credit Line
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Main Text
Bounded by scenic beauty, foaming Atlantic rollers and the surge of great tides, Canada's year-round eastern threshold - Nova Scotia - is full away for the future. With course drawn clear on a brand-new, multi-hued chart of industry and business, the province's 760,000 population is producing more than ever before. As new vigor and outlook spur technological advance and resource development, the province's steel, fish, auto, agricultural, mineral, electronics, construction, forestry, and other varied industries have boosted Nova Scotia's total value of production to $1,000,000,000 - solid economic indication that this picturesque province looks attractive also to hard-headed businessmen and modern industrialists. In Nova Scotia the tide of business is on the flood, the engines of industry at full-ahead.