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Nova Scotia makes good use of its dual langauge of English and French, both are spoken widely here in the Province. Most road signs are printed in both languages as are the entry tickets for the attractions. In Cape Breton Scottish Gaelic is also widely spoken, passed down from the Ancestors who came here over three hundred years ago.
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