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The British are coming!
Celebrate the best of Britain at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site - March 4th to 7th - The British High Commission, in partnership with UK Trade & Investment, will be setting up a temporary office inside the historic walls of the Halifax Citadel. This ‘Pop-Up Consulate’ is designed to highlight what makes the UK a cultural hub as well as great place to visit and do business. In addition to a series of business events in Halifax, the Commission will be hosting a number of public events for locals to see and celebrate Britain’s culture firsthand – and what better place to do that than at one of Britain’s most famous forts and treasured historic gems, the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site.
Public programming at the Halifax Citadel:
March 4th, 5th & 6th, 11am & 1pm - Free public tour of Halifax Citadel National Historic Site. Britain: Past, Present and Future.
March 4th, 2pm-5pm - Open House for British Nationals at the Pop-Up Consulate, Halifax Citadel. Are you a Brit living in Atlantic Canada? The consular team wants to meet you.
March 5th, 3pm-6pm - British Council Study in the UK Open House at Halifax Citadel. Dreaming of studying in the UK? You aren’t alone. Come find out more.
Pop up for a visit! The Consulate will be open Tuesday to Friday from 10am-4pm. Consular Staff will be on hand to meet with you and answer your questions – don’t be shy! Additional information on other events being held in Halifax during this week are available here.
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Parks Canada on Google Maps
Mainland Nova Scotia places ready now for virtual exploration at maps.google.ca include Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site, Fort Anne NHS, Halifax Citadel NHS, York Redoubt NHS and Grand Pré NHS.
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