Anchor Tours: Day Tours From Halifax, Nova Scotia - ANCHOR TOURSWord On The Street Halifax is one of many festivals that contribute significantly to the economic wealth of Nova Scotia. We do more than place writers on stage. We proudly host some of the finest talent in Canadian literature, with a strong focus on Atlantic Canada. This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary. Save the date and join in the celebrations! Aerial landscapes shot in dazzling colour from Louisbourg to Church Point are contrasted with black-and-white photos from the Nova Scotia Archives collection.
Coles Scotia Square
On an early December morning a century ago, a French ship hauling explosives to war-torn Europe exploded in the harbor at Halifax, Nova Scotia, leveling 2. It all happened quickly, just minutes after the munitions ship was struck by a Norwegian relief ship, igniting barrels of airplane fuel on deck and detonating 3, tons of high-explosives below. It was the largest man-made detonation before the atomic bomb in the next world war, decades later, and a tragedy most of the world — outside Nova Scotia — has long since forgotten. Bacon aims to remind the world of the catastrophe and tell the story in a broader context, shedding light on the recklessness that caused the calamity, the remarkable rescue efforts that saved thousands of lives and the inspiring resilience of the city in rebuilding. Tuesday at Rackham Auditorium in Ann Arbor.
Have you ever wanted to know more about Acadian history and culture? Bienvenue tout le monde! Check out these recent additions to the Library collection. Acadie Then and Now Acadie Then and Now : A People's History A collection of essays covering the breadth of time and place through which Acadian life unfolds: from the beginning of French settlement in the Atlantic regions to the… more. Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content.
One of seventeen is Dr. Robert Emmons, considered to be the world's pre-eminent expert in the study of gratitude. Gratitude and resiliency are key cornerstones in the field of mental health. Science-based evidence, discussed by Dr. Emmons and others, underlines the importance of developing and practicing gratitude. Let's face it: it's easy to be grateful when things are running smoothly.
Len Wagg – Nova Scotia From the Air: Then and Now
The end of Vimy Ave. When Anne took these pictures in , she was capturing history in the making. My thanks go out to Pat and David Othen for taking this excellent picture of the same area in July With street level shops, the building is also home to Acadia Suites, whose website says this of the building: "This hundred year old building, formerly the Acadian Hotel was completely renovated in ". Photo above courtesy of John van Gurp. Photo taken April