List of villages in Nova Scotia
A village is a type of unincorporated community in the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia that has a commission established under the Municipal Government Act for the purpose of providing certain municipal services to a defined area within its larger county or district municipality.
Nova Scotia has 22 villages. 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.
Nova Scotia has recognized at least four other villages in its history. The villages of Brooklyn and Milton dissolved on April 1, 1996 upon the amalgamation of the Municipality of the County of Queens with the Town of Liverpool to form the Region of Queens Municipality. On the same date, the villages of Uplands Park and Waverly dissolved upon the amalgamation of the Municipality of the County of Halifax with the cities of Dartmouth and Halifax and the Town of Bedford to form the Halifax Regional Municipality.
- Demographics of Nova Scotia
- Geography of Nova Scotia
- List of communities in Nova Scotia
- List of counties of Nova Scotia
- List of municipal districts in Nova Scotia
- List of municipalities in Nova Scotia
- List of towns in Nova Scotia
- "Nova Scotia Annual Report of Municipal Statistics for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2014" (PDF). Department of Municipal Affairs. 2014. pp. 2, 12. Retrieved December 5, 2016.
- Ian Fairclough (December 17, 2014). "Province: Status of villages still being explored". The Chronicle Herald. Retrieved December 5, 2016.
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- "Nova Scotia Annual Report of Municipal Statistics for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015" (PDF). Department of Municipal Affairs. 2015. pp. 12, 126. Retrieved December 5, 2016.