List of villages in Nova Scotia

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A village is a type of unincorporated community in the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia has 22 unincorporated villages.[1] According to available population data, Nova Scotia's largest and smallest villages are Bible Hill and River Hebert with populations of 8,913 and 1,296 respectively.[1]

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Name Population
(2011)[1]
Population
(2006)[1]
Change
(%)[1]
Aylesford 2,408 2,445 −1.5
Baddeck 1,988 2,154 −8.4
Bible Hill 8,913 8,480 5.1
Canning 2,589 2,760 −6.6
Chester 2,348 2,294 2.4
Cornwallis Square 1,877 1,941 −3.4
Dover n/a n/a n/a
Freeport n/a n/a n/a
Greenwood 5,369 5,289 1.5
Havre Boucher 1,493 1,515 −1.5
Hebbville n/a n/a n/a
Kingston 5,174 5,176 -0.0
Lawrencetown 1,739 1,793 −3.1
New Minas 5,135 5,055 1.2
Port Williams 1,703 1,766 −3.7
Pugwash 1,420 1,513 −6.5
River Hebert 1,296 1,330 −2.6
St. Peter's 1,492 1,453 2.7
Tatamagouche 2,037 2,070 −1.6
Tiverton n/a n/a n/a
Westport n/a n/a n/a
Weymouth 1,773 1,839 −3.7
Total villages 48,754 48,873 −0.2

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