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A walk through the Africville Museum
It's been just over a week since the National Black Canadians Summit wrapped up in Halifax. During the event, delegates visited locations to explore the 400-year-long history of Black Canadians in Nova Scotia. One of those sites was the Africville Museum, which tells the story of a vibrant community torn apart and razed by the city in the 1960s.
Halifax basketball players head to England for the International Children's Games
A boys and girls 3x3 basketball team from Halifax is making its way to Coventry, England for the 2022 International Children's Games. Young athletes across the world participate in these Games. To find out more, we talk with Team Halifax coaches Lezlie States and Shaq Smith.
N.B. driver's licence program doesn't apply to many immigrants from outside Europe
As the province adds Ukraine to the list of countries in its driver's licence exchange program, advocates say the courtesy should be extended to all countries.
Canadian hammer thrower Camryn Rogers wins gold at Commonwealth Games
Canadian hammer thrower Camryn Rogers topped the podium in the women's final on Saturday for the country's 22nd gold medal of the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England.
Thibeault's boxing title highlights Canada's 4-gold medal day at Commonwealth Games
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