Nova Scotians who want to join the Canada-wide celebration of Heritage Day can explore a new heritage property resource at the Nova Scotia Archives. For the first time, records and photos of pre-1914 built homes, churches, railway stations, bridges and other community structures are available.
“What better way to celebrate this year’s Heritage Day theme, Heritage Homes and Neighbourhoods, than to unveil such a spectacular record of Nova Scotia’s built history,” Communities, Culture and Heritage Minister Leonard Preyra said in a news release.
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