March 9, 2017 City Hall, Halifax Photos by Bruce Bottomley
Photos by Jessie Redmond Photography
Halifax group launches national campaign to erect monument to honour Second World War women volunteers Oct. 29, 2015 HALIFAX: The Halifax Women’s History Society (HWHS) has launched a national campaign to erect a monument — the first to actual women in Halifax — to honor the work of women volunteers during the Second World War.
Exciting events are happening for HWHS in the next two weeks Dear Society Members: We have two major and very interesting events to tell you about, including our official launch. By now, you should have received your invitation in the mail to our launch next week. It’s scheduled as a news conference and gathering for
Welcome to our newest members, who have signed up this spring. Thank you so much for joining the Halifax Women’s History Society and its Woman on the Waterfront project. We are very excited about this endeavour. We now have a membership of 200+ and are aiming to hit the 300 mark by our official launch. Our
Message to Members Dear Members: The Board of the Halifax Women’s History Society wishes to update you on some exciting progress made in the past weeks. First, we would like to welcome all new members — we have nearly 100 members now. Thank you everyone for your continued support. The very good news — we