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Nova Scotia (it means New Scotland, in case you’re in any doubt) lies on the south-eastern coast of Canada. Although many believe that explorer Sebastian Cabot landed here in the late 1690s, the first European settlement was only established in 1604, when the French held sway in the region. The first Scottish settlement was at Nova Scotia in 1621. The province covers the peninsula of Nova Scotia and includes Cape Breton Island and Sable Island. Nowhere in the province is more than 47 miles from the sea.
If you’re going about the business of sending parcels to Nova Scotia, you’ll need one particular piece of advice, based on our years of experience in becoming the UK’s biggest online parcel delivery service. We’ve seen all kinds of Atlantic-crossing methods and services come and go, and we’re in no doubt whatsoever as to which is by far the best. And let’s dismiss your first thought - the post office - straight away. Far too great a risk of unexpected delays or industrial action. No, in our considered and professional view, there’s only one way to send a parcel to Nova Scotia and that’s to arrange a courier to Nova Scotia. Satisfaction guaranteed.
And when we say courier, we don’t mean messing about with the no-marks and the also-rans. We mean enlisting the services of the big boys, the FedEx, TNT and Parcelforce names with their worldwide networks and sophisticated systems. That way lies the path to smooth, swift and secure delivery. The path can be riddled with rubble, however, if you try to arrange these matters yourself. The jargon is confusing and the tariffs and services hidden behind a screen of mystification. However, we’ve stripped away all that unnecessary verbiage to leave with you some extremely clear and simple choices for your parcel delivery to Nova Scotia. And what’s also clear and simple are the savings you can make - our prices are proudly cheaper than you’d get if you went direct.
Final words of advice. Some items, and not necessarily the ones you’d expect, are not allowed into the country, so if in doubt, check. And don’t try to send a parcel to Nova Scotia without its postcode - give your courier an even break.

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