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Yarmouth is the shire town of Yarmouth County and is largest population centre in the region. Long connected to fishing due to its proximity to Georges Bankthe town is located in the heart of the world's largest lobster fishing grounds and as a result receives Canada's largest lobster landings each year. Originally inhabited by the Mi'kmaqthe region was known as "Keespongwitk" meaning "Lands End" due to its geographic isolation being located at the southwestern tip of the Nova Scotia peninsula. The region may have possibly been visited by Leif Ericson. An object known as the Yarmouth Runic Stone was found at the nearby village of Overton in It was interpreted by some to have been carved by Ericson, while others feel the markings are natural scratches gradually enhanced over the years. The region was visited in by Samuel de Champlainwho named it "Cap-Fourchu", meaning "forked or cloven cape.
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The flag is based on the provincial coat of armswhich was itself inspired by the Scottish Cross of St. Andrew white saltire on a blue field and the royal arms of Scotland. Andrew on the Nova Scotia flag provides a more visible contrast for the Scottish shield. The Nova Scotia coat of arms was created on May 28,but it was not recorded by heraldic authorities in Scotland until the early 19th century, and English heraldic experts were completely ignorant of it. That new coat of arms, combining a salmon and three thistles, was not popular.
Nova ScotiaCanadian province located on the eastern seaboard of North Americaone of the four original provinces along with New BrunswickOntarioand Quebec that constituted the Dominion of Canada in Roughly miles km long but not more than about 80 miles km wide at any point, the province comprises the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island separated from the mainland to the southwest by the narrow Strait of Cansoand a number of small adjacent islands. Two arms of the Gulf of St. Lawrencethe Northumberland and Cabot straits, separate Nova Scotia respectively from Prince Edward Island to the north and the island of Newfoundland to the northeast. To the east and south lies the Atlantic and to the northwest the Bay of Fundy. Halifax is the capital.