Annapolis Royal


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Annapolis Royal

A town of western Nova Scotia, Canada, on an arm of the Bay of Fundy. One of the oldest continuous European settlements in Canada, it was founded as Port Royal by the French in 1605 and renamed by the British after 1710 in honor of Queen Anne.

Annapolis Royal

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(Placename) a town in SE Canada in W Nova Scotia on an arm of the Bay of Fundy: the first settlement in Canada (1605). Pop: 550 (2001). Former name (until 1710): Port Royal
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Heard at Maritime Concert Opera's June 24th presentation of Verdi's Rigoletto at the Kings Theatre, Annapolis Royal, Suzanne Rigden sang Gilda 's sweet and pure "Caro nome" with remarkable range and power, all perfectly controlled.
Colin Fraser, Member of Parliament for West Nova, today announced a $371,953 contribution, through ACOAs Innovative Communities Fund, to assist the Town of Annapolis Royal to undertake infrastructure enhancements to the downtown waterfront.
Brian McConnell UE, Nova Scotia Branch President, provided the two pictures shown here that he took last summer at Fort Anne, Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia.
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THE ANNAPOLIS ROYAL I KNOW, the present that becomes recent and then generational and then remote and eventually ancient history, is a place where some locals grumble about the Town Hall having too many employees, or taxes being too high, or the silliness of changing the "traffic flow" at a high-spirited meeting at the fire hall.
The Arcadian influence is also apparent in the beautiful seaside town of Annapolis Royal.
History Etched in Stone: Gravestone Art and Garrison Graveyard at Annapolis Royal.
An overnight stay in a double room at the Queen Anne Inn in Annapolis Royal mid season in June costs up to pounds 95 (cad$149) A double room at the MacKinnon-Cann Inn in Yarmouth in June costs up to pounds 117 (cad$185) A double room at the Lord Nelson Hotel in Halifax costs pounds 191
TAMMY Hodge didn't know it then, but the vision for her ministry was planted 20 years ago in a little Anglican parish in Rosette, just outside Annapolis Royal, in Nova Scotia.
It staged Sinking Neptune at the Anarchist Theatre Festival in Montreal, at guerilla theatre culture jammings in various other Quebec venues, at the University of Guelph, at the King's Theatre in Annapolis Royal, and at Halifax's Bus Stop Theatre.
Guests can see the memorabilia from the Titanic in Halifax, the coastal splendour of Cape Breton and the pretty villages of Lunenburg and Annapolis Royal.

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