They also seized prisoners and vessels from the Bay of Fundy. Governor of Nova Scotia at Annapolis Royal. New Englanders retrieved some of the vessels and prisoners after the Battle at Winnepang Jeddore Harbour in which thirty-five natives and five New-Englanders were killed. Other vessels and prisoners were retrieved at Malagash Harbour after a ransom was paid. They killed and scalped a sergeant and a private, wounded four more soldiers, and terrorized the village. They also burned houses and took prisoners. They also burned three Acadian houses in retaliation. The Acadian church was moved closer to the fort so that it could be more easily monitored.
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Law enforcement is unique in the scanning hobby in that it is possible for operations to be compromised by individuals monitoring the communications. While I am very much in favour of police forces in general to be accountable and open to the public I do also realize that publishing details of their communications systems may not be a good thing. It is one thing for a hobbyist to figure things out using time and expertise, and quite another for a law-breaker to buy a scanner, casually read openly published details, program the scanner, and then use it as a tool in crime.
While I am disappointed to hear that some forces and departments are migrating to encryption, I can also completely understand it. This page is intended to give an overview of the law enforcement agencies operating in Nova Scotia rather than list details of their communications. In the case of traditional VHF I have included frequencies due to the fact that anyone with the simplest of old style scanners can easily listen to the local police just by putting the scanner on search for half an hour or less.
The police will come up eventually, and the frequency will be shown. If the term “police” is taken broadly to include all law enforcement bodies, the landscape in Nova Scotia includes many different agencies.
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Roughly miles km long but not more than about 80 miles km wide at any point, the province comprises the peninsula of Nova Scotia, Cape Breton Island separated from the mainland to the southwest by the narrow Strait of Canso , and a number of small adjacent islands. Two arms of the Gulf of St. Lawrence , the Northumberland and Cabot straits, separate Nova Scotia respectively from Prince Edward Island to the north and the island of Newfoundland to the northeast.
To the east and south lies the Atlantic and to the northwest the Bay of Fundy. Halifax is the capital. Harbour at Peggy’s Cove, N. It became the site of the first permanent European settlement in North America north of Florida when the French established a fur-trading post at Port Royal near present-day Annapolis Royal in Early explorers gave the area the name Acadia French:
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Two men entered the restaurant, one produced a knife and demanded cash from an employee. The employee yelled and two co-workers came to assist. One of the suspects had grabbed several bottles of liquor, and as he was fleeing the restaurant, he struck one of the employees in the face causing a small cut.
Some of the bottles were dropped in the parking lot as both suspects fled on foot. Responding officers and a K-9 team were about to conduct a search of the area when a second robbery was reported at
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History[ edit ] Originally inhabited by the Mi’kmaq , the region was known as “Keespongwitk” meaning “Lands End” due to its geographic isolation being located at the southwestern tip of the Nova Scotia peninsula. An object known as the Yarmouth Runic Stone was found at the nearby village of Overton in It was interpreted by some to have been carved by Ericson, while others feel the markings are natural scratches gradually enhanced over the years.
European settlement[ edit ] The region was visited in by Samuel de Champlain , who named it “Cap-Fourchu”, meaning “forked or cloven cape. They set up a small fishing settlement known as “Tebouque” in the mid 17th century and by the population was 50 people. American Revolution[ edit ] There were a number of inhabitants of Yarmouth who supported the American patriots. Shipbuilding[ edit ] House flags of Yarmouth shipping companies and ship portraits at the Yarmouth County Museum Through the 19th century the town was a major shipbuilding centre, at one point boasting more registered tonnage per capita than any other port in the world.
In , Yarmouth’s tonnage peaked at vessels aggregating , tons, and in , the town had the second largest registered tonnage in Canada. John Patch , the son of a Yarmouth sea captain, developed and built one of the first modern screw propeller driven ships in 4 years before John Ericsson ‘s patent. First demonstrated in Yarmouth Harbour during the summer of , Patch was unsuccessful in a patent application in that year, but he continued to improve his propeller and received an American patent in  which drew praise in American scientific circles.
Patch never received money or recognition and died a poor man at Yarmouth in As wooden shipbuilding declined in the late 19th century, Yarmouth’s shipowners re-invested their capital into factories, iron-hulled steamships , and railways.
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Wireless Room at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic HARC has established a permanent, authentic, working radio room at the museum to demonstrate how ships communicated with one another and with shore stations. HARC provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to radio communications and technical experimentation. Ham radio provides an alternative means of communication during natural disasters and other emergencies.
HARC can provide communications facilities to aid government agencies in times of crisis. This fulfills amateur radio’s legislated mandate to provide public service communication. HARC allows people interested in amateur radio many opportunities for fellowship and projects of many types. For more information on how to interpret the above data, visit www. We need assistance of a couple programmers Below is a description of what is needed. The division of programming labor they are looking for is Doug Grace will return to work on the web site to add support for ADIF file upload, update the logos, and assist with changes for bilingual translation.
Thanks so much and look forward to hearing from interested people. The history of the Maritime Amateur website has recently passed its 10th anniversary and would like to thank all the amateurs for their input and support over the years. Dalhousie has recently setup a web interface for the weather station on top of the Dunn building at Dal Real time weather conditions can be observed at the following web page: It is a big document so it has been posted in two parts Click here to see the report.
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It was through work on these projects plus his involvement with ABEC, that he became interested in both the costs and technical problems related to the continued use of historic buildings as a cost-effective alternative to new construction. His Thesis evaluated the costs of reuse of historic buildings and how they are incurred, using 54 Canadian Case Studies as the statistical basis for the study.
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Nova Scotia Land Grants Brief history Nova Scotia land grants under the British system began in , although European settlement of the area began in NS Coat of Arms. Note the French fleur de lys; the native Canadian; and the Scottish flag and thistle. The first Europeans to establish a permanent colony here were French subjects, and were known as Acadians. There were four wars between the British and the French over ownership of this area between , when the first French settlers arrived, and , when the Treaty of Paris was signed, under which the British were granted control of all French territories in eastern Canada, except for the small island of Saint Pierre and Miquelon.
By , the British had conquered Acadia.
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