The 180 | Mar 15, 2013 | 6:58

Halifax Bronies meet-up

Contributor Jackie Torrens attends a meeting of the Halifax Bronies fan club. The young men gather for picnics, and to share their appreciation for the animated cartoon series "My Little Pony."

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