By David MacDonald
Even they admit that their accent is hard to pinpoint. It is not quite the “Scottish twang” of their emigrant grandmother. They have been mistaken as Irish on more than one occasion. But like their products, they are Nova Scotia made, accent and all. They are Dartmouth brothers Scott and Kevin Saccary, co-founders of New Scotland Clothing Company. You have probably seen their retail line whether you realize it or not. Since debuting in late fall 2014, it has been shipped to six continents. T-shirts, hoodies, and onesies emblazoned with a rampant lion are proudly worn the world over. For some, it is their first tangible connection to Nova Scotia. For others, it is a symbol that connects them with a part of who they are.