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The harbourfront of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia is one of Canada’s three Maritime provinces, and one of the four provinces which form Atlantic Canada. Its provincial capital is Halifax.

A Look at Halifax

HALIFAX: From Hell on the Water to Harbor Imperium  One place you won't want to miss when traveling through Canada is Halifax, Nova Scotia. This Maritime city is known for many things, one of which is being the site of the second largest natural harbor in the world. Only the harbor of
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Where is Oak Island

Since the launch of the hit TV show "The Curse of Oak Island" on The History Channel, one of the most asked questions is "Where is Oak Island"? The Island is located off the coast of Nova Scotia near Halifax.  Even though it is and island, it is connected to the main
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The Curse Of Oak Island: The History Channel

The History Channel teams up with the current owners of most of the island, Rick and Marty Lagina, to make this spectacular documentary on the secrets and possible hidden treasures on the most speculated place in Canada.The Curse of Oak Island will give you a close-up view of previously inaccessible
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Oak Island Money Pit: Latest Developments

When in Canada, Oak Island is definitely a place you will want to see. This island, shrouded in mystery for hundreds of years, can be investigated by booking a “Walk The Mystery Tour.” Actual digging and searching for the treasure, that supposedly lies in a location called The Money Pit,
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Caleb Lewis – Loyalists Make the Trip

Dr. Benjamin Lewis, son of Ebenezer, was born Sept 21, 1701 at Wallingford, Connecticut. Benjamin was married twice (first wife unknown) and had a total of sixteen children. In his will dated Sept 1, 1788 he mentioned his second wife, Mary Maltbie and daughters Elizabeth, Ester, Hannah, Mary and his
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