The province of Nova Scotia is on the Atlantic coast of Canada. It is located on the east coast of Canada, with an area of 55,491 square kilometers and a population of about 920,000. It is the second smallest province in the country. The province's economy is dominated by fishing, mining, and wood processing as well as shipbuilding, ship repair, pulp, paper, tires, and fish processing. Major cities include Halifax and Sydney. Due to its proximity to the sea, Nova Scotia has a warm, humid, and rainy climate, making it the warmest province in Canada. Nova Scotia has been rated as one of the best places to live in the world by many geographical magazines around the world. The average temperature in the summer is 25-32 ℃, and the average temperature in the winter is -5-0 ℃.