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Regularly described as New Brunswick’s greatest scholar, William Francis Ganong (1864-1941) wrote more than many
Black military heritage in Canada is still generally unknown and unwritten. Most Canadians have no
The latest in the Stories of our Past series explores the WWII Jewish refugee ship
The newest addition to the Images of Our Past series, Sable Island in Black and
Inspired by the success of her popular Halifax Magazine column, “50 Things You Don’t Know
In 1921, prominent lawyer and Nova Scotia Black leader James R. Johnston’s vision of a
The area defined by Nova Scotia’s Mersey River has been home to many: the Mi’kmaq,
When New Brunswick became its own colony in 1784, the government concluded several peace treaties
On December 6, 1917, harbour pilot Francis Mackey was guiding Mont Blanc, a French munitions
Sitting along the scenic St. John River and tucked into the surrounding wilderness, Fredericton bristles
In mid-June 1864, the Province of Canada (Ontario and Quebec) was experiencing what contemporaries call
Washabuck is not a place to launder money; Ecum Secum is not a children’s game;
A collection of unusual place names from the four Atlantic provinces! The origins of each
The Mi’kmaq people have been living in what is now Atlantic Canada for two thousand
December 1917 is a photographic guide to the Halifax Explosion by noted local historians Janet