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To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion, we’re sharing 100 stories over 100 days. Photo credits at
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Archdiocese of Toronto 8 Dec 17
New blog: The Hand of God Has Been Laid Heavily Upon Us: 100 Years Since the Halifax Explosion
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Halifax News 8 Dec 17
Halifax Explosion: How one of the city's last standing churches ... - CTV News -
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LibraryArchivesCanada 6 Dec 17
See video footage from 1919-1920 of the relief work after the 1917 . Visit our latest to read about the disaster and its aftermath, with an overview of the documents we have on the subject!
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Halifax News & Info 7 Dec 17
Headlines | Halifax remembers on the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion
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Emily 7 Dec 17
The collection of firsthand Explosion narratives is staggering
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Dr Claire L Halstead 7 Dec 17
ICYMI: You can listen to my interview on the about the and read about it on Thanks again for the invite!
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Dr Claire L Halstead 7 Dec 17
Across my three interviews yesterday and the CTV W5 episode, I was really intrigued to see themes of childhood, commemoration, memory, and digital history emerge. Can we now answer my post?
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Nova Scotia Archives 7 Dec 17
Official military photographer W. G. MacLaughlan was in an unique position to photograph and film devastated areas after the . He captured many of the most striking images of the destruction, including this film footage.
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Dr Claire L Halstead 7 Dec 17
ICYMI: Thanks for inviting to speak about my database of victims called The Explosion remains Canada's largest disaster in terms of deaths, displacement, and damage.
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Dr Claire L Halstead 7 Dec 17
I was so humbled to be a part of the special. It was fantastic to work with and the crew. was perfectly eloquent and captured the spirit of the disaster. Don't miss part I and II here:
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Nova Scotia Museum 7 Dec 17
Washington Post front page from December 7, 1917, with the story of the Halifax Explosion. Credit: Washington Post
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Dr Claire L Halstead 7 Dec 17
Looking to learn more about the ? The fantastic has some fascinating sources online! Explore the past and
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Symphony Nova Scotia 6 Dec 17
Concert tonight was a full house! Thank you to all who attended for this beautiful commemoration.
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Dr Claire L Halstead 6 Dec 17
It is so easy for there to be such a build up, much like and then when the day passes, we all instantly forget. Over the next weeks after the , Haligonians had to survive.
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Denise Green 6 Dec 17
Why did I not know this - sharing with
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NS CCH 6 Dec 17
Scenes from today's ceremonies marking the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion & Halifax Firefighters Annual Service of Remembrance. Today, we remember & honour those we lost & the injured, as well as the heroes who saved lives & came to the aid of others.
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Lt Gov NS 6 Dec 17
This morning Their Honours attended the Halifax Explosion 100th Anniversary Memorial Service at Fort Needham Park. Following the service, Their Honours attended a reception at St. Joseph`s-Alexander McKay Elementary School.
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Lindell Smith 6 Dec 17
An honour to have MC’d this mornings service at Fort Needham Thank you to everyone who came out to this mornings Commemorative Services The rain only added to the impact of what took place 100 years ago
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Nova Scotia Archives 6 Dec 17
In December 1917, during the , Joseph Settle was stationed at the Halifax Armouries awaiting deployment overseas.
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Dr. Theresa Tam 6 Dec 17
Today is the 100th anniversary of the . it caused 1000+ eye injuries, mostly from flying glass? The disaster changed treatment and support for the blind and led to the founding of .
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