Terms and Conditions
Access to and use of all or any part of this website is conditional upon your continued acceptance of, and compliance with, the following provisions.
By continuing to access this website, you are indicating that you have read, understand, accept and will comply with these Terms and Conditions.
Tourism Nova Scotia does not provide legal, accounting or other professional advice. Content on this website is provided for guidance and informational purposes only.
Tourism Nova Scotia is not responsible or liable for the accuracy of information on linked third-party sites. Although Tourism Nova Scotia endeavours to ensure that information on this site is as current and accurate as possible, it cannot guarantee all information is accurate, complete or timely. Laws and regulations, as well as links to external sources, could change at any time.
Tourism Nova Scotia retains all rights for the information and materials found on this site. No material on this website may be copied, reproduced, republished, distributed, sold, transferred, or modified without the prior written consent of Tourism Nova Scotia.
Personal Information and Privacy
Tourism Nova Scotia may ask you to provide personal information in order to access some materials on our website. The purpose of collecting this information is to allow us to provide follow-up information related to the content downloaded, to enable you to apply to Tourism Nova Scotia programs, or other reasons specified in the web content. Tourism Nova Scotia also offers the option of subscribing to our e-mail newsletter, inTouch.
Although Tourism Nova Scotia takes all reasonable measures to maintain the security of this site, the Internet is not a secure medium and security and privacy cannot be ensured. Internet e-mail is especially vulnerable to interception and forging. Tourism Nova Scotia will not be responsible for any damages you may suffer as a result of transmitting confidential information through the internet, or implicitly or explicitly authorizing Tourism Nova Scotia or others to send confidential information to you in this manner.
Google and Other Web Applications
Tourism Nova Scotia’s corporate website uses web applications including Google Analytics and YouTube, to enhance our visitors’ online experience. These applications may collect IP addresses. Your use of these features will be governed by the terms and conditions of those applications.
To learn more about how Google collects and stores IP addresses please see Google's Privacy Centre.
Tourism Nova Scotia is not responsible for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, consequential or any other damages whatsoever and howsoever; caused, arising out of or in connection with the use of this website, or reliance on the information available on this website, including any loss of use, lost data, lost business profits, business interruption, personal injury, or any other pecuniary loss, whether based on negligence, breach of contract or other cause of action, even if Tourism Nova Scotia has been informed of the possibility thereof.
Choice of Law
The laws of Nova Scotia and of Canada shall govern as to the interpretation, validity and effect of these Terms and Conditions despite any conflict of law provisions of your residence or physical location. You hereby consent and submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Province of Nova Scotia in any action or proceeding instituted under or related to these Terms and Conditions or your use of the Site or of the content, information and services provided.
Amendments to these Terms and Conditions
Tourism Nova Scotia reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions at any time. Your use of this website is governed by the Terms and Conditions in effect at the time of such use. You should therefore check these Terms and Conditions periodically.