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God's Hand is On Them...The Story of the Nova Scotia Mass Choir

This week Maritime Magazine is raising the rafters, with an inside look at a group of people who have been promoting racial harmony and cultural diversity - through music - for nearly two decades.

In it's heyday, the Nova Scotia Mass Choir headlined a national television show, produced a couple of acclaimed CDs and picked up two East Coast Music Awards.

Our documentary this week was produced in part by the Choir's charismatic former director, Woody Woods.

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