Nova Scotia Province House

This is where all the the members of the Legislative Assembly (MLA's) meet to enact the laws of Nova Scotia. The main rooms of this building are on the second floor: the Legislative Chamber, the Legislative Library, the Red Chamber.

This is the view one has after having climbed the main stairs from the foyer. The room facing you is the Legislative Library; to your left is the Legislative Chamber where Nova Scotia parliamentary debates take place; to the right is the Red Chamb...
The room where the House of Assembly of the Province of Nova Scotia holds its sittings. It may also be used for committee meetings. The mace is not shown in its usual position on the front table because the House of Assembly was not in session whe...
The Foyer is the main entrance to Province House. The floor is made of black limestone, where embedded fossils are still visible, and of white marble.Once through the security, when facing the main staircase, the Nova Scotia Meeting Room and the V...
The Legislative Library, located on the second floor between the Red Chamber and Legislative Assembly, was originally the home of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia until the court outgrew the space. The Supreme Court chamber was the site of Joseph ...
The Red Chamber was formerly the meeting place of the Nova Scotia Council and later the Legislative Council, the upper house of Nova Scotia's legislature. The Legislative Council was appointed by the governor and was abolished in 1928. Now the roo...