The barns of Ontario

snowy winter scene at one of the many beautiful barns of Ontario.

A snowy winter scene at one of the many beautiful barns of Ontario

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The barns of Ontario

A snowy winter day at one of the barns of Ontario

A snowy winter day at one of the barns of Ontario

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Salt Spring – Derelict ships

One of the derelict ships in Ganges Harbour -Salt Spring Island

One of the derelict ships in Ganges Harbour -Salt Spring Island

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BC Logs – Global Discovery

Global Discovery loading logs at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf

Global Discovery loading logs at the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf

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Nova Scotia fish boat – Julie Anne Joan

The fishing boat in Julie Anne Joan in Digby

The fishing boat Julie Ann Joan in Digby

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Annapolis Tidal Power Plant

Annapolis Tidal Power Plant

Annapolis Tidal Power Plant

Located on the Annapolis River immediately upstream from the town of Annapolis Royal at the Annapolis River Causeway, the Annapolis Tidal Power Plant can generate as much as 20 megawatts of electricity. Depending on tides, the plant has a daily output of roughly 80-100 megawatt hours.

The plant was constructed by the Nova Scotia Power Corporation in 1984 and remains the only saltwater generating station in North America

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Halifax Harbour Ferries

Halifax Harbour ferries Viola Desmond and Craig Blake were built by A.F. Theriault & Son Limited in Meteghan River. Viola Desmond in 2016, and Craig Blake in 2015.

Craig Blake

Craig Blake in Dartmouth

On May 3, 2010, 37-year-old Petty Officer Second Class Craig Blake was killed by an improvised explosive device a few weeks after arriving in Kandahar. The member of Fleet Diving Unit Atlantic and expert in neutralizing bombs was the first Canadian sailor to die in action in Afghanistan.

Viola Desmond

Viola Desmond in Dartmouth

In 1946, Viola Desmond’s stand at a segregated Nova Scotia movie theatre in 1946 made her into a civil-rights icon for black Canadians. Canada’s new $10 banknotes commemorate her, the first time a Canadian woman has been celebrated on the face of her Canadian currency.

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Eastern Passage – Lobster traps

A stack of lobster traps stored at a fishing shack - Eastern Passage

A stack of lobster traps stored at a fishing shack – Eastern Passage

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C-GFUR

C-GFUR, an Air Canada 2000 Airbus A330-343 at Halifax Stanfield International Airport

C-GFUR, an Air Canada 2000 Airbus A330-343 taxiing at Halifax Stanfield International Airport.

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Canadian Forces Base Cornwallis – The Coach House

One of the buildings at the former Canadian Forces Base Cornwallis

The Coach House – one of the buildings at the former Canadian Forces Base Cornwallis

The Coach House is a garage for the former mansion at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Cornwallis. It was taken over by HMCS Cornwallis in 1942 and served as a fire station until it became a married officer’s quarters in the early 1960s.

The Coach House was recognized Federal Heritage Building on 10 May 1990.

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