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Rural Reckoning: Challenges and opportunities in rural Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has one of the largest proportion of rural residents of any Canadian province. It's also had three decades of out-migration as many young people leave in search of better opportunities elsewhere.

CBC goes behind the headlines to talk to the people building rural Nova Scotia's future

Nova Scotia has one of the largest proportion of rural residents of any Canadian province. It's also had three decades of out-migration as many young people leave in search of better opportunities elsewhere.

In Rural Reckoning, CBC Nova Scotia tells the stories of rural communities across the province as they struggle to survive. It also examines some of the creative approaches they're using to revitalize their towns and villages.

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