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Dartmouth-based author uncovers the Madam of the Maritimes

Dartmouth-based author uncovers the Madam of the Maritimes

Blain Henshaw's latest book investigates the life and times of Ada McCallum — one of Halifax's most infamous brothel owners and underappreciated entrepreneurs
<b>Remember This?</b> Bullet Catching on Barrington Street <b>(5 photos)</b>

Remember This? Bullet Catching on Barrington Street (5 photos)

Halifax no stranger to this death-dealing gun stunt
<b>Remember this?</b> Goalie legend Terry Sawchuk played at Halifax Forum 65 years ago today <b>(4 photos)</b>

Remember this? Goalie legend Terry Sawchuk played at Halifax Forum 65 years ago today (4 photos)

16-year-old Fairview boy Jim Beckman scored go ahead goal for Boston Bruins
<b>Remember this?:</b> The Bluenose launched 100 years ago

Remember this?: The Bluenose launched 100 years ago

The Bluenose was built at the Smith and Rhuland Shipyard in Lunenburg, and was christened at 10 a.m. on March 26, 1921
Fifty Black Atlantic Canadians celebrated in new illustrated book

Fifty Black Atlantic Canadians celebrated in new illustrated book

In her new book, Nova Scotian writer Lindsay Ruck tells several Black Atlantic Canadian stories including Viola Desmond and 'Buddy' Daye
<b>Remember This?</b> When Isaac met Blanche

Remember This? When Isaac met Blanche

In 1905 a Nova Scotia girl swept a famous magician off his feet
Edward Francis Arab to be honoured this Heritage Day

Edward Francis Arab to be honoured this Heritage Day

This Heritage Day, Nova Scotians will be honouring Lt. Edward Francis Arab. Edward was the eldest of Sadie and Louis Arab's five children, born on September 6, 1915 in Halifax.
Fundraiser launched to buy headstone for reverend who participated in a daring rescue nearly 150 years ago

Fundraiser launched to buy headstone for reverend who participated in a daring rescue nearly 150 years ago

The SS Atlantic sank on April 1, 1873 near Terence Bay
<b>Remember This:</b> Halifax's first Christmas tree

Remember This: Halifax's first Christmas tree

The family living on an estate on Coburg Road is credited with bringing the tradition of Christmas trees to Halifax
'It was hell' : Ceremony marks anniversary of HMCS Kootenay explosion <b>(6 photos)</b>

'It was hell' : Ceremony marks anniversary of HMCS Kootenay explosion (6 photos)

On Oct. 23, 1969, HMCS Kootenay was taking part in sea trials off the coast of England when a blast on the naval ship killed nine crewmen and injured another 53
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