Truro is a town in focal Nova Scotia, Canada. Truro is the shire town of Colchester County and is situated on the south side of the Salmon River floodplain, near the waterway’s mouth at the eastern finish of Cobequid Bay.
Truro is known as the Hub of Nova Scotia as it is situated at the intersection between the Canadian National Railway, running among Halifax and Montreal, and the Cape Breton and Central Nova Scotia Railway, running among Truro and Sydney. Until the 1980s, Truro additionally facilitated an intersection between the Canadian National and Canadian Pacific Railway’s previous Dominion Atlantic Railway line going through Windsor and down the Annapolis Valley to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. This city also has moving companies Truro which make work easy for many companies.
A significant thruway trade is found only north of Truro in the country network of On slow where Highway 102 finishes at Highway 104 – both four path interstates. Optional streets Trunk 2 and Trunk 4 cross in the town. Significant tertiary streets Route 236 and Route 311 end in the close by networks of Lower Truro and Onslow individually. A portion of these streets additionally structure a piece of the Glooscap Trail which is a grand drive for vacationers. Truro railroad station is served by Via Rail’s Ocean line.
Nova Scotia Power has a few transmission line passages in or close to Truro; moreover Bell Aliant, EastLink and 360networks course a large portion of the significant phone and information interchanges lines in the area through the town.
Truro has two public secondary schools, Cobequid Educational Center and the francophone École acadienne de Truro. Post-auxiliary alternatives incorporate a grounds of the Nova Scotia Community College, and The Institute of Human Services Education, Jane Norman College just as the Agricultural Campus of Dalhousie University, in the neighboring town of Bible Hill.
Truro has a muggy mainland atmosphere like by far most of The Maritimes with warm, wet summers and cool, blanketed winters.
The most elevated temperature ever recorded in Truro was 35.6 °C (96 °F) on 19 August 1935 and 15 August 1944. The coldest temperature ever recorded was −38.3 °C (−37 °F) on 22 January 1934.