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A few words about Nova Scotia's most productive sectors:

Nova Scotia's traditionally resource-based economy has become more diverse in recent decades. The rise of Nova Scotia as a viable jurisdiction in North America was driven by the ready availability of natural resources, especially the fish stocks off the Scotian shelf. The fishery was pillar of the economy since its development as part of the economy of New France in the 17th century; however, the fishery suffered a sharp decline due to overfishing in the late 20th century. The collapse of the cod stocks and the closure of this sector resulted in a loss of approximately 20,000 jobs in 1992.Per capita GDP in 2005 was $31,344,lower than the national average percapita GDP of $34,273 and less than half that of Canada's richest province, Alberta.


Due, in part, to a strong small-business sector, Nova Scotia now has one of the fastest-growing economies in Canada.Mining, especially of gypsum and salt and to a lesser extent silica, peat and barite, is also a significant sector.

Oil and gas

Since 1991, offshore oil and gas has become an increasingly important part of the economy.


Agriculture remains an important sector in the province. In the central part of Nova Scotia, lumber and paper industries are responsible for much of the employment opportunities.

Areospace and Defence

Nova Scotia’s defence and aerospace sector generates approximately $500 million in revenues and contributes about $1.5 billion to the provincial economy annually.To date, 40% of Canada’s military assets reside in Nova Scotia.


Nova Scotia has the fourth-largest film industry in Canada hosting over 100 productions yearly, more than half of which are the products of international film and television producers.Recently, the video gameindustry has grown with the emergence of developers such as HB Studios and Silverback Productions. The province made international headlines with an investment by Longtail Studios in 2009.


The Nova Scotia tourism industry includes more than 6,500 direct businesses, supporting nearly 40,000 jobs.200,000 cruise ship passengers from around the world flow through the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotiaeach year.This industry contributes approximately $1.3 billion annually to the economy.


The province also boasts a rapidly developing Information & Communication Technology (ICT) sector which consists of over 500 companies, and employs roughly 15,000 people.


The Life Sciences sector in the province is flourishing; some of the most innovative life sciences companies in the world can be found in Nova Scotia.In 2006, the manufacturing sector brought in over $2.6 billion in chained GDP, the largest output of any industrial sector in Nova Scotia.There are currently over 360 firms in the Insurance Industry of Nova Scotia; there is a forecasted 25% growth in employment for this industry in the province overthe next three years.

Source: Wikipedia