Cape Breton County

County of Cape BretonCape BretonMunicipality of the County of Cape BretonCape Breton, Nova ScotiaCape Breton County CouncilCape Breton County, Nova ScotiaCape Breton Island, Nova ScotiaCape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada
Cape Breton County is one of eighteen counties in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.wikipedia
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Cape Breton Island

Cape BretonCape Breton, Nova ScotiaC'''ape Breton Island
It is located on Cape Breton Island. By proclamation of October 17, 1763 after termination of the Seven Years' War, Cape Breton Island was formally annexed to Nova Scotia.
The island is divided into four of Nova Scotia's eighteen counties: Cape Breton, Inverness, Richmond, and Victoria.

Cape Breton Regional Municipality

Cape BretonCape Breton, Nova ScotiaCBRM
Since 1995 the only municipality in the county has been a single-tier municipality called Cape Breton Regional Municipality.
The municipality was created in 1995 through the amalgamation of eight municipalities located in Cape Breton County.

Nova Scotia

NSNova Scotia, CanadaNova Scotian
Cape Breton County is one of eighteen counties in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

Victoria County, Nova Scotia

Victoria CountyVictoriaBay St. Lawrence
In 1851, Victoria County was formed out of the northeastern part of Cape Breton County and a year later, in 1852, the present boundaries of Cape Breton County were defined by the colonial government in Halifax.
Cape Breton County was divided into two separate counties in that year, with the northern portion becoming Victoria County.

Eskasoni 3

EskasoniEskasoni 3, Nova Scotia
For statistical purposes, the First Nations reserves of Eskasoni 3 and Membertou 28B are included in the county, but are separate entities.
Eskasoni 3 (2016 population: 3,422) is a Mi'kmaq reserve located in Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia.

Membertou 28B

Membertou
For statistical purposes, the First Nations reserves of Eskasoni 3 and Membertou 28B are included in the county, but are separate entities.
Membertou 28B is a Mi'kmaq reserve located in Cape Breton County, Nova Scotia.

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Cape Breton West
In 1925, the County of Cape Breton and neighbouring Richmond County were divided into three distinct electoral districts, one of which was named Richmond-West Cape Breton.

County

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Cape Breton County is one of eighteen counties in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

Provinces and territories of Canada

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Cape Breton County is one of eighteen counties in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.

First Nations

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For statistical purposes, the First Nations reserves of Eskasoni 3 and Membertou 28B are included in the county, but are separate entities. The new regional municipality's boundary included all of Cape Breton County except for the Eskasoni and Membertou First Nations.

Indian reserve

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For statistical purposes, the First Nations reserves of Eskasoni 3 and Membertou 28B are included in the county, but are separate entities.

Cape Breton (Nova Scotia)

Cape BretonCape Breton, Nova ScotiaNew Waterford
Taking its name from Cape Breton, the most easterly point of the island which was called after the Bretons of Brittany, the county has what is probably the oldest surviving European name to have been used to designate part of North America.

Bretons

BretonBreton peopleBreton raiders
Taking its name from Cape Breton, the most easterly point of the island which was called after the Bretons of Brittany, the county has what is probably the oldest surviving European name to have been used to designate part of North America.

Brittany

BretonBritannyBretagne
Taking its name from Cape Breton, the most easterly point of the island which was called after the Bretons of Brittany, the county has what is probably the oldest surviving European name to have been used to designate part of North America.

Seven Years' War

Seven Years’ WarSeven Years WarThe Seven Years' War
By proclamation of October 17, 1763 after termination of the Seven Years' War, Cape Breton Island was formally annexed to Nova Scotia.

Halifax County, Nova Scotia

Halifax CountyHalifaxCounty of Halifax
For a time thereafter Cape Breton Island was part of Halifax County.

Inverness County, Nova Scotia

Inverness CountyInvernessMunicipality of the County of Inverness

Census division

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As a census division in the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Cape Breton County recorded a population of 98,722 living in 43,081 of its 47,205 total private dwellings, a change of NaN% from its 2011 population of 101,619.

2016 Canadian Census

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As a census division in the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Cape Breton County recorded a population of 98,722 living in 43,081 of its 47,205 total private dwellings, a change of NaN% from its 2011 population of 101,619.

Statistics Canada

StatsCanDominion Bureau of StatisticsCanadian census
As a census division in the 2016 Census of Population conducted by Statistics Canada, Cape Breton County recorded a population of 98,722 living in 43,081 of its 47,205 total private dwellings, a change of NaN% from its 2011 population of 101,619.

Eskasoni First Nation

EskasoniEskasoni, Nova Scotia
The new regional municipality's boundary included all of Cape Breton County except for the Eskasoni and Membertou First Nations.

Membertou First Nation

MembertouMembertou, Nova ScotiaFirst Nation of Membertou
The new regional municipality's boundary included all of Cape Breton County except for the Eskasoni and Membertou First Nations.