Definition of Maritime provinces

1. Noun. The collective name for the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

Definition of Maritime provinces

1. Proper noun. The region of Canada comprising the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. ¹

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Literary usage of Maritime provinces

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Canada Year Book by Statistics Canada (1908)
"Farm land cleared, in all crops and in orchard and garden in Ontario, Quebec and the maritime provinces in 1907 and 1901. TABLE LXXXVII. ..."

2. Canada and the Canadian Question by Goldwin Smith (1891)
"They are, beginning from the east, the maritime provinces—Nova Scotia, ... The maritime provinces are divided from Old Canada by the / wilderness of many ..."

3. Newfoundland to Manitoba Through Canada's Maritime, Mining, and Prairie by William Fraser Rae (1881)
"proposed to confederate the maritime provinces, but the jealousy and ... Whether the maritime provinces make this change or whether they remain as they are, ..."

4. The Literature of American History: A Bibliographical Guide, in which the by Josephus Nelson Larned (1902)
"DIVISION VI: maritime provinces, INCLUDING NEWFOUNDLAND Bourinot, Sir John George. Cape Breton and its memorials of the French regime. Montreal: Dawson. ..."

5. An Historical and Descriptive Account of British America: Comprehending by Hugh Murray (1839)
"General View of the maritime provinces. Situation and Extent—Character of the Coast—Fisheries—Forests —Early Voyages—Sir Humphrey Gilbert—His Equipment— ..."

6. Review of Historical Publications Relating to Canada by University of Toronto (1905)
"An anonymous writer in the New England Magazine sees in the Atrophy of the Maritime Provinces* an opportunity to brush aside that "sickly sentimentalism," ..."

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