The Royal Nova Scotia Historical Society takes pleasure in launching its on-line series of HISTORICAL PLAQUES. These represent a continuation of the physical plaques the Society erected at various sites around Nova Scotia through the first half of the twentieth century. The new memorials offer valuable information about crucial people, places and events in this province’s remarkable past.
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Many thanks to Dr. Freeman for her engaging talk this evening and to all who came out in person or tuned in online for our first ever live-streamed..
Tonight! Don’t miss the RNSHS free public lecture at 7:30pm, Nova Scotia Archives, with Dr. Kirrily Freeman (Saint Mary’s University) as she..
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Book launch and $10 exchange happening at the CBU Library today!
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@VoicesTheatreNS presents Stories of Halifax’s Black community experiences— Sherri Borden Colley (@SH_BordenColley) December 11, 2018
during the 1917 Halifax Explosion
Fri., Dec. 14, 7:30 pm – 9 pm
Black Cultural Centre
10 Cherry Brook Rd., Cherry Brook
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