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Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

An Ode To Adams And Knickle 

“They sell fresh scallops harvested off the Grand Banks here in Nova Scotia, brought in on ships every day and sold by Adams and Knickle by the pound. Fresh. They’re 10 dollars a pound today, they used to be cheaper. They’re so fresh and sweet. I eat them raw. The locals eat them raw.” – Doug Langley, Lunenburg, NS

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Turret Was A Queer Institution 

“It was a community-owned space, and that meant that it was a space for all kinds of queer people.”- Robin Metcalf, Halifax, NS

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Halifax, Nova Scotia

Mama Camille’s Fish, Chips, and Generosity 

“If you were duty on the ship, you always volunteered to be the driver so you’d go to Mama Camille’s and pick up the fish and chips and chowder ’cause you always got a free one.” – George Degraze, Dartmouth, NS

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Chester, Nova Scotia

Learning To Cut Cheese At Hennigar’s 

“I remember we sold cheese. Of course, cheddar cheese. I mean, what else do Nova Scotians eat? I mean, anything else is an affectation.” – Gail Smith, Chester, NS

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Mr. Morrison’s Kindness
St. Peters, Nova Scotia

Mr. Morrison’s Kindness 

“He’d give credit to everybody. I’m sure he was out thousands of dollars.” – Rosemary Potters and Stella Cook, St. Peter’s, NS

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