Natal Day/Nova Scotia History
Natal Day is a provincial holiday that seeks to celebrate Nova Scotia’s inception in 1867. This day aims to acknowledge the formation of Nova Scotia and the arrival of a railway line to the area.
Natal Day was recognized in 1895. It is celebrated annually on the first Monday of August. Some businesses may be closed on this day.
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