100th anniversary of start of First World War

For the next 16 weeks leading to Remembrance Day, TC Media weekly newspapers in western Nova Scotia will be highlighting stories connected to the 100th anniversary of the beginning of the First World War. July 28, was the day the war officially began. Canada would be called into the conflict on Aug. 4 when Britain joined the war. The war would last more than four brutal years. More than 60,000 Canadians would die.

Read the First World War diaries of Weymouth's Stanley Hallett.

 
100th anniversary of start of First World War
The TC Media weekly newspapers in western Nova Scotia are remembering the start of the First World War with a series of articles and features leading up to Remembrance Day.
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brian weatherbed
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Russell Wangersky's 10 day, 10 festival tour July 07, 2015

Eastern Passages columnist Russell Wangersky spends 10 days on the road through Nova Scotia and Prince Edward island talking to people who host and attend our many community festivals.
Read the stories here and follow his journey by map courtesy of one of our readers, David MacLean with the GIS faculty at the Nova Scotia Community College Centre of Geographic Sciences in Lawrencetown, N.S.

See the map bit.ly/10Days10Festivals

Contact Russell at  russell.wangersky@tc.tc

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Follow columnist Russell Wangersky's festival tour by map courtesy of one of our readers, David MacLean with the GIS faculty at the Nova Scotia Community College Centre of Geographic Sciences in Lawrencetown, N.S.
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