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A bustling seaside playground where people of all ages and backgrounds come to explore and experience the best of Nova Scotia.
A seaside destination for the entire family.
Where cultural and seafaring experiences meet a new ocean economy.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site where Nova Scotia’s seafaring history comes to life.
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Four unique waterfronts filled with experiences for all ages.
A waterfront view makes everything taste better.
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Building on the greatness of the ocean since 1976.
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On August 8, 2018 the unveiling of the new interpretive panel, linking The Last Steps Memorial Arch in Halifax, with the Canada Gate at Passchendaele took place on the Halifax waterfront.
This ceremony brought to completion these two major projects of The Army Museum and commemorate the centennial of the beginning of the Last Hundred Days Campaign, which ended the First World War.
Major Ken Hynes, CD MA, Chief Curator of The Army Museum (Halifax Citadel) delivered the unveiling along with Halifax MP, The Honourable Andy Fillmore – delivering the keynote address, Corinne MacLellan, The Army Museum Team Member, and the dedication followed a special performance by award winning singer-songwriter, John Gracie.
Come and see the The Last Steps and the new interpretive panel on the Halifax waterfront, located on the Museum Wharf.