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National Gallery of Canada Dec 16
After the , Arthur Lismer took note of the damage and dashed off a telegram to Ottawa that read: “Explosion wrecked interior art gallery lithos escaped with slight injury other pictures safe.” Read more from the magazine of the National
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Nova Scotia Archives Jan 3
Many Haligonians were left homeless by the . This advertisement for temporary housing appeared in The Halifax Herald, January 15, 1918.
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Jeff Clark Dec 27
Cool. For fans of alternate history novels.
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Sandy Cyr Dec 17
great job on the segment on .
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Accessible Media Inc Jan 2
. Halifax's learns all about a new called "Drifts", that takes users on a historical tour of areas in the city affected by the infamous 1917 .
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Al Kresta Jan 3
Coming up at 5:00 eastern: we conclude our Countdown of the top interviews of 2017 with #1 - on the heroic stories that emerged in the aftermath of the . Listen live here!
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Andrew Burke Jan 20
Monument to those blinded by the - with names in @ Fort Needham…
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Project Bookmark CA Jan 19
Bookmark #19 of 19 on the CanLit Trail is a passage from Barometer Rising, by Hugh MacLennan (McClelland & Stewart). , NS on Dec 5, 2017
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York University News Jan 18
. Disaster & Emergency Management Prof. Jack Rozdilsky says safety standards higher today, unlikely to happen again as ships wouldn’t be carrying such a “dangerous cocktail of explosives” via
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Andrea Eidinger Jan 17
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Canada's History Jan 16
Identifying victims of the required some knowledge for forensic identification techniques.
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Pamela Westoby Jan 15
Definitely had a so I treated myself to a book...No matter what kind of day I had today, it was nowhere near as horrific as the one my Nana and Great Grandmother experienced that Thursday in December...
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Andrea Eidinger Jan 14
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Perkins School for the Blind Jan 10
On this day in 1918, Perkins director E. E. Allen left for to establish a clinic for people with eye injuries from on behalf of the . Learn more about his involvement in our online exhibit:
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Diane Walsh Jan 5
Thank you to the lovely and pleasant clerk at who sold me the last of the !
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Katie Ingram Jan 2
! I'm holding a draw for a personalized copy of Breaking Disaster over on my Facebook page. A name will be drawn on January 10th.
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Adeena Mc2 Jan 1
A after the , grim reminders can still be found in trees via
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Patti Colen Jan 1
I picked up a copy of laurie_swim_quilt_art book about the this week.…
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Olivia Petras Dec 31
Also, how are some Haligonians toqueless this chilly (but beautiful) afternoon? I feel like screaming at them, "BUT DO YOU LIKE YOUR EARS?!"
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Chris J. Conrod Dec 30
Always wanted to see this thing up close and personal. @…
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