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Nova Scotia Webcams

Nova Scotia is on Canada’s southeastern coast. Halifax, the capital, is a major economic centre for the region which is based in fishing, mining, forestry and agriculture along with tourism. Named after Scotland, many of its one million inhabitants are of Scottish descent. The Citadel is the highest part of downtown Halifax.

Built by the English in the 1700’s this historic stronghold looks down over the harbour. The noon hour cannon is still fired from the Citadel every day. Glace Bay, once called the largest town in Canada, was known for its coal mines.

See all these sights and more from our excellent Nova Scotia Webcams, including one of pretty Peggy’s Cove Lighthouse.

Bras d’Or Lake Webcam new
View of the lake and Kelly's Mountain
Peggy's Cove Lighthouse
View of Lighthouse from the Sou'Wester Restaurant
Nova Scotia - highway cameras
Several views around the province to choose from.
Hall's Harbour, Nova Scotia Canada
Working harbour on the Bay of Funday, site of the highest tides in the world.
The very best view of Halifax!
A high-resolution, high-quality view of Halifax Harbour and Halifax Waterfront. Enjoy!
Wallace Inner Harbour
Wharf and harbour of Wallace Nova Scotia, located on the Northumberland Strait this well protected harbour has been used for centuries.
Cape Breton Living Webcams
Two webcams on the south-eastern shores of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada
Digby Harbour Live
Yarmouth Harbour
View from a local B&B
Lunenburg & Chester cams
Several views of Nova Scotia. Lunenburg Harbour and the Bluenose II wharf and Chester Harbour and the TancookIsland Ferry Wharf.
Lunenburg Harbour
View from the Rum Runner Restaurant overlooking Lunenburg harbour and the golf course.
Wallace & Malagash
Highest point on the Sunrise Trail looking over to Malagash, the Northumberland Straits and Prince Edward Island