Diver discovers suspected wreckage of Halifax Explosion

An item from the Legion Magazine.

Legion Magazine
Front Lines
Diver discovers suspected wreckage of Halifax Explosion

Diver discovers suspected wreckage of Halifax Explosion

Story by Stephen J. Thorne

Tufts Cove is a shallow, innocuous little inlet nestled at the back end of Halifax Harbour on the Dartmouth side between a power station and the abandoned military neighbourhood of Shannon Park.

Because of its proximity to the 56-year-old generating plant and what was once housing for Cold War-era sailors and their families, the cove is fenced off, blocking access to both the water and land. No one ever goes there, anyway; they have no reason to.


Canada and the Great War: Liberation
Military Milestones
Ambush in Afghanistan

Ambush in Afghanistan

Story by Sharon Adams

For Canadian troops in Afghanistan, 2008 was another year in hell.

Canadian soldiers had been in the wartorn country since 2001, helping to oppose Taliban insurgents, provide security while Afghans rebuilt, train members of the Afghan National Army (ANA) and support Canadian programs for political and economic reconstruction.



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