Natal Day Parade

I participated in a parade to celebrate Natal Day, a holiday in Nova Scotia. Natal derived from the Latin word for birth, and Natal Day is the birthday of the province. Nova Scotia joined the Canadian Confederation in 1867 when the separate Canadian colonies were united.
Natal Day celebrations were organized in 1895 to commemorate the opening of the railroad and to celebrate the history of Halifax and the surrounding area. The parade marched about 4.5 km over the bridge from Halifax to Dartmouth.


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