Laws of the Nova Scotian Institute of Natural Science, Halifax, N. S. founded 1863

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The Nova Scotian Institute of Science (NSIS) is a membership organization which represents and promotes science to Nova Scotians.

We invite anyone interested in science to become a member of the Institute. What we do. Present a series of free monthly public talks on.

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The Nova Scotian Institute of Science is a Canadian non-profit organization that promotes scientific research in Nova Scotia. Founded in and incorporated by an act of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly inthe Institute is one of the oldest learned societies in Canada, providing members and the public an opportunity to communicate about scientific research.

Laws of Nova Scotia. Under the Canadian constitution, the power to enact laws for the Province of Nova Scotia N. S. book divided between the federal Parliament of Canada (the Queen, the Senate and the House of Commons) and the provincial Legislature of Nova Scotia (the Lieutenant Governor and the House of Assembly).

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Today, the Nova Scotia Museum, consisting of 28 museum sites, is the most decentralized museum in Canada. It is also one of the oldest provincial museums in the country. The museum’s roots are found in two citizens’ groups: the Halifax Mechanics Institute, founded in ; and the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, founded in The Proceedings and Transactions of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science, Volume 8 [Nova Scotian Institute Of Science] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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