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Halifax Citadel Regimental Association (HCRA)

The HCRA supports programming at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada. Established on July 10, 1993, it is a non-profit, charitable organization which works in partnership with Parks Canada.The main focus of the HCRA's program is the re-enactment of the 78th Highland Regiment of Foot and the 3rd Brigade, Royal Artillery. This extensive living history program runs year-round for visitors to the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada.

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  • Join The Sambro Island Lighthouse Heritage Society and the Nova Scotia Lighthouse Preservation Society on Sat, August 12th for a Sambro Harbour and Sambro Island Lighthouse tour! The first boat will leave the Government Wharf at 9am, the last boat from the Island will be at 5:30pm. Tickets will be sold at the Harbour Master Building during the tours. Adults $30 16 and under $15 Children under 5 Free (must be accompanied by an Adult over 18 years of age). Pay with Cash or Credit Card Landing on the Island is Weather permitting. But we'll do our best to get you there.

  • It's a wonderful time here in Halifax this week! It's Tall Ships 2017!! Join us at the Waterfront and here at the Citadel for various Canada 150 celebrations during the Tall Ships regatta. We'll be near the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic during the festivities. For other questions about Tall Ships please check out some of the links below!! For the full listing of events click here: http://rdv2017ns.com/the-event-schedule/ For tickets for the Taste of Nova Scotia dinners click here: goo.gl/KoW6pu For Joel Plaskett Emergency at George's Island Tall Ships Concert Tickets click here: goo.gl/5FTAW3 And to book tickets for the George's Island open house on Sunday and Monday click here: goo.gl/9UwV3v


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All donations received are used to bring history to life at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site of Canada, by hiring young men and women to portray the British Garrison in Halifax at the time of our nation's birth.