A photo parody of American Gothic, dubbed Nova Scotia Gothic, was taken right here on Maple Street in Bridgewater (in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia).Maritime Moments Jigsaw Puzzle owners Bethe and Rick Cameron have been picturing local scenes as a way to promote their business.That tells a fuller story of American history and George Washington than simply ‘George Washington chopped down a cherry tree and didn't tell a lie.’ Henry Louis Gates Jr.
Now we have to lobby the school districts, the state legislatures, to put African American history where it belongs, in the classroom – not as a separate course, because most legislatures won't do that. Let's say, not only do we learn about George Washington – we learn about his slave Harry Washington.Andy Vermeulen “an innovative risk-taking farmer in Canning who not that long ago was also an immigrant to Nova Scotia, part of a wave of Dutch immigrants who have made such a marvellous contribution to our province over many decades.” —Source: “In agriculture, it's adapt or die” in the Halifax Chronicle-Herald, 13 July 2013 The “Cape Breton - Newfoundland Cable” that was a “vital section of (the) first transatlantic cable completed in 1856” did not come ashore at “North Sydney.” The Nova Scotia end came ashore at Aspy Bay, Victoria County, Cape Breton, more than eighty kilometres from North Sydney. The CRTC determines that the area (Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island) served by area code 902 is to be overlaid with a new area code 782, effective 30 November 2014. The CRTC notes that area code overlays require the use of 10-digit local dialing to ensure proper local call routing between the overlaid area codes.The CRTC also notes that consumers require a permissive dialing period during which calls are completed regardless of whether they are dialed using 7 or 10 digits.The first of the new Arctic patrol boats will be named after Admiral Harry De Wolf, the swashbuckling Nova Scotian Second World War commander of the destroyer Haida.A Navy rebuilt, at last, by Conrad Black, in the National Post, March 14, 2015 A poster that was created by a student has now been removed from the wall of a Nova Scotia high school because it depicts a black man wearing chains.
"We went to our wardrobes to see what we had [which would be suitable], and we just stood outside with our broken shovel and our son took the picture," said Ms Cameron. It has since been uploaded to viral photo sharing sites such as Imgur and Reddit, and now has over 2.6 million views.