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Danielle Macdonald 6 Dec 17
Halifax. December 6, 1917. 🖤 Montreal. December 6, 1989. 💜 We will not forget.
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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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Jacob Remes 6 Dec 17
For , how Haligonians balanced their need for material aid after the disaster with their insistence on retaining privacy and autonomy. (An excerpt from my book at .)
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Suzanne Chipp 🥅🏒 6 Dec 17
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History@X 6 Dec 17
Across Nova Scotia, and indeed eastern North America, people today are observing This piece of anchor chain is in a private collection in Antigonish, and was identified in 1917 as having come from the SS Mont Blanc.
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Meanwhile in Canada 6 Dec 17
On Dec. 6, 1917 at 9:04 a.m., a ship in the Halifax harbour exploded with the force of one fifth of the power of the atomic bomb that would destroy Hiroshima at the end of the Second World War.
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Paul MacGillivray 6 Dec 17
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Todd Battis 6 Dec 17
Proud of my city, proud of for recognizing the importance of broadcasting from Halifax past 2 nights to mark
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6 O'Connor SJAM 6 Dec 17
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Peter J. Rockwell 6 Dec 17
The mysterious silhouette created in a window of St. Paul's Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia's Parade Square during the 100 years ago today
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Christine McKenna 6 Dec 17
Commemorating 100 years since the Halifax Explosion. CBC's interactive activity created meaningful and engaging learning. 9:04 AM cannon, fog horns and church bells were heard in the classroom.
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SJAMschool 6 Dec 17
We are very proud of our commemorative tile project led by local artist and SJAM parent, Andrea Puszkar
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Ann Marie Hume 6 Dec 17
Remembering today. Honoured to be a great great granddaughter of Peter Martin who was Mayor of Halifax on that terrible day.
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Brent Scrimshaw 6 Dec 17
We’re all Haligonians today as we mark the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. One city, one province, one region, one country.
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BarringtonConsulting 6 Dec 17
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Dr. Brenda Austin-Smith 6 Dec 17
From Cliff Eyland’s installation in the Halifax Public Library.
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Jennifer Hall 6 Dec 17
, , .. another busy day at CBC News Network. See you at 10ET as we check in with our reporters around the world.
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RJ 6 Dec 17
My Grandmother, Bessie Hilton (1913-1999). survivor.
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Rebecca Lau 6 Dec 17
Growing up, I knew the Heritage Minute well, but never knew much about dispatcher Vince Coleman. He was a father of 4. His sacrifice saved hundreds. Here's an interview with his grandson Jim Coleman on the anniversary
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Sandy McClearn 6 Dec 17
Here's a more appropriate sky in the morning of December 6th for , instead of the rainy overcast we have instead. We can just pretend, I guess.
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