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When artist and self-described history scholar Lynette Richards moved to Terence Bay from Ontario 10 years ago, what she found at the end of her road astounded her. 

🖊@AmeetaVohra
https://unravelhalifax.ca/a-world-of-shadow-and-light/

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Roundup: Reconciliation through deeds not words, COVID kills 10 more, power failures linger. Plus: Get a free subscription to @UnravelHalifax. With files from @Advocate1891 newspapers @LHNOWnews @StraitReporter @PictouAdvocate. https://unravelhalifax.ca/roundup-reconciliation-through-deeds-not-words-covid-kills-10-more-power-failures-linger/

Read the story of how Theodore the Tugboat started his new life in Ontario

🖋️Bob Gordon
https://unravelhalifax.ca/theodore-moves-on/

On the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, it's important we reflect on the brutal truth of systemic racism in Canada and the legacy of residential schools, which continues to affect survivors and their families.

While searching through stacks of books at Dalhousie's Killam Library, author Dorothy Grant was delighted to discover a signed copy of Beautiful Joe, by Nova Scotian writer Marshall Saunders.

https://unravelhalifax.ca/local-history-beautiful-joe/

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