From the Vaults: The Oldest Structures in Halifax

“The Governor’s-House and St. Mather’s Meeting House in Holles [sic] Street looking up George Street shews Part of... Read More

A history mystery: island identified

HALIFAX –┬áLast week we told you about the Nova Scotia Archives‘ crowd-sourcing project on Flickr. Since then, the project... Read More

A history mystery

Over a year ago, the Nova Scotia Archives began a pretty standard scanning project. We have close to 100,000 images on our website and... Read More

From the Vaults: To market, to market

The Nova Scotia Archives is pleased to share photos showcasing the changing faces of urban centers in Nova Scotia. You can learn more... Read More

The Clyde Street NSLC “Pirate”

HALIFAX – Halifax is small enough that you learn the names and faces of the homeless and impoverished folks who have taken to... Read More

From the Vaults: Then and Now

The Nova Scotia Archives is pleased to share photos showcasing the changing faces of urban centers in Nova Scotia. You can learn more... Read More

From the Vaults: The Public Gardens

The Nova Scotia Archives is pleased to share photos showcasing the changing faces of urban centers in Nova Scotia. You can learn more... Read More

From the Vaults: The North Common

The Nova Scotia Archives is pleased to share photos showcasing the changing faces of urban centers in Nova Scotia. You can learn more... Read More