These records were released on 31 December 2014 and they have been digitized, fully indexed and checked for quality control.
This year's posting include 15,123 births (1914), 5,086 marriages (1939) and 6,416 deaths (1964).
As usual, the birth records include some 'delayed' entries for individuals born in 1914 (or earlier) but not registered until a later date.
Meanwhile, FamilySearch has added more Nova Scotia indexed records, such as -
Nova Scotia Deaths, 1864-1871
27,717 images organized by county (Annapolis, Antigonish, Cape Breton, Colchester, Cumberland, Digby, Guysborough, Halifax, Hants, Inverness, Kings, Lunenburg, Pictou, Queens, Richmond, Shelburne, Victoria, Yarmouth) and year range.
The site is at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2242825
Nova Scotia Marriage, 1864-1918
21,950 images organized in the same way as above.
The site is at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2242886
Nova Scotia Births, 1864-1877
35,025 images organized in the same way.
The site is at https://familysearch.org/search/collection/2243378
If you are looking for an Nova Scotian ancestor, I would advise you to look through the entire section, because I have found births, marriages and deaths on each roll of microfilm, regardless if it says, for instance, Nova Scotia Deaths. Although, through FamilySearch, you do have direct access to the records, that may not be available elsewhere.
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