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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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SJAMschool Dec 6
We are very proud of our commemorative tile project led by local artist and SJAM parent, Andrea Puszkar
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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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Lindell Smith Dec 6
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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Peter J. Rockwell Dec 6
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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Sandy McClearn Dec 6
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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Paul MacGillivray Dec 6
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Jo Ferg Dec 6
100 years ago today, the world's largest non nuclear explosion destroyed the city of . Thousands lost their lives. Many heroes emerged. The strength of our people suffered through the pain and rebuilt on top of the destruction!
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HCILIbrary Dec 6
Keeping the citizens of Halifax in our thoughts (~ 2000 deaths & ~9000 injured)
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6 O'Connor SJAM Dec 6
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Yahoo Canada Dec 6
One hundred years ago today, a massive explosion ripped through , devastating the city. Here's a look back at the Halifax Explosion, a century later:
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Brett Ruskin Dec 6
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brent bambury Dec 6
My grandmother Marion MacGowan (centre) in Bedford, N.S. 1916. A year later she was injured in the Halifax explosion.
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Office of the Mayor Dec 6
Here with Dorothy Williams, a survivor of the Halifax Explosion. Incredible woman
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Myles McCormick 🇨🇦 Dec 6
Amazing commemorative tile project by students &
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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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Sharon Murray Dec 6
Author of *Shattered City*, Janet Kitz, is here at City Hall for the time capsule displays!
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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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USConsulateHalifax Dec 6
CG Giegerich was honored to lay a wreath during the memorial ceremony this morning.
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Vimy Foundation Dec 7
in 1917, relief trains depart for . “From McAdam Junction to St. John, the platforms were lined with solemn-looking workers holding shovels, carpentry tools, and medical bags, hoping for a ride to Halifax”
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