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Andrew Dec 6
100 years ago today Canada suffered the worst man made disaster. . It is amazing to me how many people and Canadians don’t know about this. 2,000 killed. 9,000 injured. Dec 6, 1917. Incredible destruction and suffering. News makes no mention. Disappointing
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Marianne Hagen Dec 6
Special day -participating in seeing so many like-minded people, thanks for the to lay the wreath!
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Nova Scotia Archives Dec 12
During the blizzard that followed the Halifax Explosion, many survivors whose homes had been destroyed found shelter in canvas tents on the Halifax Common.
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Kempenfeltkelly🐉 Dec 6
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Naomi MacKinnon Dec 7
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Todd Battis Dec 6
Proud of my city, proud of for recognizing the importance of broadcasting from Halifax past 2 nights to mark
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Todd Battis Dec 6
In churches around Halifax tonight ceremonies and concerts like this at St Marks Anglican to mark more from NS as goes live from Halifax harbour tonight.
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Suzanne Chipp Dec 6
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Meanwhile in Canada Dec 6
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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Todd Battis Dec 6
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MerakiEventPlanning Dec 6
We’re remembering a lot of tragedy today.
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Ann Marie Hume Dec 6
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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Jacob Remes Dec 6
Thinking about in a time of climate change (me at the blog).
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EugeneKODonnell Dec 6
be great to see a movie of the
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Pam Smith Dec 6
Replying to @DMCMarty
Did not appreciate the impact of this event until we visited the museum. True grit personified.
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Chris Sanagan Dec 29
Diving deep into this holiday season with ’s history of the explosion and ’s latest volume on rehabilitation efforts following it.
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Vimy Foundation Dec 29
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Vimy Foundation Dec 21
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Vimy Foundation Dec 21
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Andy Fillmore, MP Dec 20
My pleasure, ! Regret that a nasty fever kept me from attending in person, but I’ll be sure to watch the live recording over the holidays! What an awesome idea for a tribute to .
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