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Accessible Media Inc Dec 6
AMI-tv's original , The Halifax Explosion, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the cataclysmic event that shook the world on Dec. 6, 1917. Stream it online at AMI.ca to learn the whole story.
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Michael de Adder Jan 30
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Global Halifax May 28
Congratulations to and the students who put together this interactive map that won a national award for Data Storytelling.
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CTV News Dec 6
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Trevor J. Adams May 10
To commemorate the , HRM is placing 12 sculptural markers throughout the city, starting this week with these three in Fort Needham park. The markers feature accounts of the explosion and recovery. Rayleen Hill Architecture and Design of designed them.
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Office of the Mayor Jan 26
Lovely to meet Ms. Orlando from Burlington, VT this morning. Last term we connected with her grade 6 students at Lyman C. Hunt Middle School about their research on the . Her daughter is a grad
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Rob Lowe Apr 12
2 is everything we need today. Silly, stupid, hilarious fun. Very, very wrong, yet so very right. arrives 4/20
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CBC Books Dec 6
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Andy Fillmore, MP Jul 20
Thrilled to announce $450,000 from to fund commemorative markers dedicated to the . Very moving to see the 100th anniversary time capsule be put in the memorial — to be opened in 50 years!
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CBC News Dec 6
Watch the events that led up to the 100 years ago and explore the stories from its aftermath in our 360° interactive animation.
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CBC News: The National Dec 6
Check out our 360° interactive experience capturing the events leading up to the — and what happened right after.
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Historica Canada Dec 6
that racial minorities, the elderly, non-British immigrants, members of the military & unmarried women with children were among the hardest-hit by the ? Learn more on the :
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Heather Butts Dec 6
Incredible to hear these bells played, 100 years after this city was struck by the worst man-made disaster in Canadian history. A touching ceremony this morning at Fort Needham Park
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CBC-The Current Dec 6
"It was about a hundred words. It was a flash bulletin." Michael Dupuis, author of Bearing Witness, on the journalist who first broke the story.
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Scott Brison Dec 6
100 years ago today a munitions ship exploded in Halifax Harbour. The was the largest man-made explosion before the atomic bomb. It cut short almost 2000 lives, injured 9000, and left half of the city homeless. We will remember them.
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CBC News Dec 6
Our interactive 360° video recreates the and its aftermath.
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David MacNaughton Dec 6
On the 100th anniversary of the , we are reminded of the special connection between Canadians & Americans. Traditions like the annual are a testament of our enduring friendship.
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Global Calgary Dec 6
: “It’s still a little chilling when I look over and think about what he did and he had a choice and he made the right choice. He stayed and stopped the train and saved lots of lives.”
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Rachel Schoutsen TWN Dec 6
Up next on we go to and remember the marking 100 years today
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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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