Nova Scotia  Canada

Peggy's Cove, NS is a fishing village famous throughout the world and can be easily reached from Halifax as it is only 30 miles away and a short 40 minute drive

Public Gardens Halifax

The Halifax Public Gardens are Victorian era public gardens formally established in the year of Canadian Confederation. The gardens are located in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia on the Halifax Peninsula near the popular shopping dist

The coast of Nova Scotia - beautiful.

One of the most famous drives in Canada, where every bend takes your breath away. Come drive and explore the Cabot Trail in Cape Breton.

The Halifax Explosion in 1917

This WWI Disaster Destroyed Half of Halifax

The collision of two ships in Halifax Harbour during World War I caused the world's largest man-made explosion before the nuclear age.

Halifax Harbour Hopper

The Harbour Hopper, Halifax Nova Scotia. For many years my friend actually was the captain of this Harbour Hopper!

Vincent P. Coleman was the person that saved thousands of people's lives in the Halifax explosion. Instead of fleeing he stayed and gave his life to save others. He sent out a simple message; "stop trains, munition ship on fire, making for Pier 6. Goodbye."   He is remembered for his heroic act. His left behind a wife and four kids who all survived.

Vincent P. Coleman was the person that saved thousands of people's lives in the Halifax explosion. Instead of fleeing he stayed and gave his life to save others. He sent out a simple message; "stop trains, munition ship on fire, making for Pier 6. Goodbye." He is remembered for his heroic act. His left behind a wife and four kids who all survived.

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