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Planted by the Children of Morris Street School, in memory of Lieut. Henry Edward Clonard Keating 1st Bn. Leinster Reg. (Royal Canadians) Killed on service at Hela, Nigeria October 9th 1898
Notman Studio / Studio Notman, 1879 [Historic photo of a park pavilion that no longer exists]
[Historic photo by] J.A. Irvine, [circa?] 1895-1905
Photographer unknown Année Photographie [Historic photo shows sailors on the Horticulture Hall porch]
The Halifax Public Gardens is one of the finest surviving examples of Victorian Gardens in North America. It was established in 1874 by the amalgamation of two older gardens, the Nova Scotia Horticultural Society Garden (laid out in 1837) and an a…
Erected by the Commissioners of the Public Gardens in commemoration of the services of our Citizen Soldiers in the South African Campaign 1899~1902
Open for viewing daily, 10:00am to 5:00PM Come visit the ship, on the waterfront, behind the Maritime Museum Of The Atlantic HMCS Sackville is the last of 267 Flower Class Corvettes built for the Allied Navies during WWII. Of Canada's 123 C…
Halifax has been the scene of many "firsts" in Canada. These eighteen acres, comprising one of Canada's most attractive Victorian public gardens, derived from an earlier site, part of the original Common, chosen for the Gardens in 1841, the year o…
There are three plaques on this monument. Pier 21 / Le Quai 21 English This site witnessed the arrival of approximately one million immigrants, who have enriched the cultural mosaic of Canada. Opened in 1928, Pier 21 served as one of Canada
This marker is composed of five plaques on the same mounting. The marker stands on north wall of the Citadel overlooking Halifax Harbor. The markers are presented left to right. The Halifax Explosion / L