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Thank you for your contributions of Yarmouth County to the Nova Scotia South Shore. I have suggested that your contribution of Yarmouth and Acadian Shores (and the content from the improperly named Yarmouth & Acadian Shores) be merged with Yarmouth County as the and in the title suggests there are two articles: Yarmouth and Acadian Shores. - Huttite 08:26, 7 March 2009 (EST)
Thanks. See my comments in the Yarmouth and Acadian Shores discussion page. This is one tourism region.
Nova Scotia Regions
Hi Troutpoint, saw your comment in Talk:Nova Scotia about its regions and wanting to change them but not sure how. The first step is to raise the issue on the talk page and propose some changes (so you're off to a good start!). The next step is to discuss possible new regions and build consensus on what they should be. Once we have consensus, pages are created / moved as necessary.
I've been to Nova Scotia a few times so I'll give it some thought and post a reply on the Talk page. The official tourist regions are a good start, but we don't always follow them. Typically we try to keep regions balanced with about 5-9 cities in them, so rather than giving Halifax-Dartmouth it's own region, it could be expanded to include nearby areas such as Peggys Cove. Anyway, I'll give it some thought and post something in the next couple of days. Shaund 10:53, 15 March 2009 (EDT)