Bedford, Nova Scotia

What is Bedford, Nova Scotia known for?


including service

, including service to Purcell's Cove (Purcell's Cove, Nova Scotia), Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia), Eastern Passage (Eastern Passage, Nova Scotia) and Shannon Park (Shannon Park, Nova Scotia). These routes would be served by wave piercing catamarans capable of speeds of approximately 40 knots. Details have not been finalized, however it is likely that the downtown Halifax terminal would act as a hub, with all routes radiating outward. Studies and trials have been undertaken for a Bedford


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;Bedford Beacon" Community Information site * Bedford Public Library branch * 1st Bedford Scouts *Fort Sackville - Part 5, p. 48 * Scott Manor House * Bedford.History on Facebook


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commercial development

'''Charles P. Allen High School''', is a senior high school located in Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, Canada.


establishing

Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) with 13 transports on June 21, 1749. Grenier, John. ''The Far Reaches of Empire. War in Nova Scotia, 1710-1760''. Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 2008; Thomas Beamish Akins. History of Halifax, Brookhouse Press. 1895. (2002 edition). p 7 By unilaterally establishing Halifax the British were violating earlier treaties with the Mi'kmaq (1726), which were signed after Father Rale's War. Wicken, p. 181; Griffith, p. 390; Also see

of Bedford began when Governor Edward Cornwallis organised his men and began the construction of a road leading to Minas Basin on the Bay of Fundy after establishing the garrison at Halifax (Halifax (former city), Nova Scotia). To protect it, he hired John Gorham (John Gorham (military officer)) and his Rangers to erect a fort on the shore of Bedford Basin. It was named Fort Sackville after Lionel Sackville, 1st Duke of Dorset. Cutherbertson and Architects, p. 48

, Jonquière, et al.) After establishing Halifax, the British quickly began to build other settlements. To guard against Mi'kmaq, Acadian and French attacks on the new protestant settlements, British fortifications were erected in Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) (1749), Dartmouth (History of Dartmouth) (1750), Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia) (Fort Sackville) (1751), Lunenburg (1753) and Lawrencetown (Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia) (1754). The Natives and Acadians raided the Lunenburg


history main

. Bedford lies on the northwestern end of Bedford Basin, an extension of the Halifax Harbour. Bedford is located at the junctions of Trunks 1 (Nova Scotia Trunk 1), 2 (Nova Scotia Trunk 2), and 7 (Nova Scotia Trunk 7). History '''Charles P. Allen High School''', is a senior high school located in Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia), Nova Scotia, Canada.


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Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) with 13 transports on June 21, 1749. Grenier, John. ''The Far Reaches of Empire. War in Nova Scotia, 1710-1760''. Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 2008; Thomas Beamish Akins. History of Halifax, Brookhouse Press. 1895. (2002 edition). p 7 By unilaterally establishing Halifax the British were violating earlier treaties with the Mi'kmaq (1726), which were signed after Father Rale's War. Wicken, p. 181; Griffith, p. 390; Also see

21, 1749. Grenier, John. ''The Far Reaches of Empire. War in Nova Scotia, 1710-1760''. Norman: U of Oklahoma P, 2008; Thomas Beamish Akins. History of Halifax, Brookhouse Press. 1895. (2002 edition). p 7 By unilaterally establishing Halifax, the British were violating earlier treaties with the Mi'kmaq (1726), which were signed after Father Rale's War. Wicken, p. 181; Griffith, p. 390; Also see http: www.northeastarch.com vieux_logis.html ref>

with the Mi'kmaq (1726), which were signed after Father Rale's War. Wicken, p. 181; Griffith, p. 390; Also see http: www.northeastarch.com vieux_logis.html Cornwallis brought along 1,176 settlers and their families. To guard against Mi'kmaq, Acadian, and French attacks on the new Protestant settlements, British fortifications were erected in Halifax (Halifax Regional Municipality) (1749), Dartmouth (History of Dartmouth) (1750), Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia) (Fort Sackville


speed service

in the ''80's'' are Sackville (Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia) and Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia) routes. Routes in the ''100's'' are the MetroLink routes (Metro_Transit_(Halifax)#Express_service), and routes in the ''300's'' are the MetroExpress routes (Metro_Transit_(Halifax)#Express_service). Proposed high speed service In recent years, following unfulfilled plans to implement commuter rail, the municipality has begun to plan several new high speed ferry routes on Halifax Harbour

-Halifax route, which will likely be the first high speed service. Shawn Mackenzie, a native of Bedford, Nova Scotia played in the OHL for the Windsor Spitfires and Oshawa Generals, and briefly for the New Jersey Devils in 1983. He later coached the Halifax Mooseheads in the QMJHL (Quebec Major Junior Hockey League). Bentley and his wife Diana, along with Patrick and Joyce Simms, founded The Great Eastern News Company Ltd. in 1974 and started publishing a weekly broadsheet named


regular service

is Georges Island (Georges Island (Nova Scotia)), a glacial drumlin similar to its dryland counterpart at Citadel Hill (Citadel Hill (Fort George)). Several small islands are located in the Bedford Basin near Bedford (Bedford, Nova Scotia) and Burnside (Burnside, Nova Scotia). Regular service Metro Transit operates 52 conventional transit routes within the metropolitan (metropolitan area) region of Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia Halifax Regional Municipality

Bedford, Nova Scotia

'''Bedford''' is a community (General Service Area) in the Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada. It was an independent town from 1980-1996. Bedford lies on the northwestern end of Bedford Basin, an extension of the Halifax Harbour. Bedford is located at the junctions of Trunks 1 (Nova Scotia Trunk 1), 2 (Nova Scotia Trunk 2), and 7 (Nova Scotia Trunk 7).

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