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Joseph Howe Legacy Focus of Public Event at Government House

The public is invited to Government House for a film screening and discussion on the legacy of Joseph Howe.

The event will be Tuesday, Nov. 18, at 7 p.m., at 1451 Barrington St., Halifax.

“Mrs. Grant and I invite those with an interest in law, politics or journalism to join us for this fascinating evening, everyone is welcome,” said Lt.-Gov. J.J. Grant.

This free event will feature a screening of the National Film Board’s 1961 film Joseph Howe: The Tribune of Nova Scotia, followed by a discussion led by Kim Kierans, vice-president and journalism professor at the University of King’s College.

The event is part of the Lieutenant Governor’s Evenings at Government House series celebrating civic and cultural excellence. People can register by calling 902-424-7001 or by emailing lgoffice@novascotia.ca .

Visit http://lt.gov.ns.ca for more information.

Source: Release

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