At a meeting of the Members of the House of Assembly, in the Assembly Room, in the Provincial Building at Halifax, on the 7th day of November, 1867, the following Declaration was unanimously agreed to, and ordered to be published:— We, the representatives of Nova …

Reports of meetings held in the province of Nova Scotia, to consider a repeal of the “British North America Act, 1867” More…

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“Halifax staff recommend nearly 3 per cent hike to property taxes” To pay for a CFL stadium? To pay for smoking police? To pay for suburban and exurban sprawl? It certainly isn’t to pay for TD Bank’s “sponsorship” of North End Dartmouth’s library. Remember, Dartmouth, …

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This study of a lake in Lunenburg County gives us a good idea of Nova Scotia’s historical climate, vegetation and habitation potential since the last Ice Age, and the animation below illustrates the concepts in the following paper abstract. Abstract: A high-resolution, multi-proxy lake sediment …

Post-glacial climate change and its effect on a shallow dimictic lake in Nova Scotia, Canada More…

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Here is one of, if not the earliest plan available showing Old Ferry Road, which became the Lawrencetown Road. Now, Old Ferry Road, Portland Street and Cole Harbour Road.These surveys offer a lot of information and they’re surprisingly accurate!

Part of the Town & Harbour of Halifax in Nova Scotia, Looking down George Street to the Opposite Shore Called Dartmouth (1759, Mason, James, 1710-c.1783) https://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Entt=RDMDC-X76-19&R=DC-X76-19&fbclid=IwAR0B4V19DVaVrbvjG7fa8qju9RMnRUvauOvrHv3YrQUV8L8K15KEZw_-Tps One distinct record from the year of 1759 survives:“Mrs. Mary Clark, whose house and garden stood at the southeast …

The Opposite Shore Called Dartmouth More…