Talk:Canning, Nova Scotia

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Correction to statue comment[edit]

The statue in the centre of Canning is not the prime minister, Sir. Robert Borden, but Harold Lothrop Borden, a relative, who was killed in the Boer War in South Africa on July 16,1900 and is buried in South Africa.

Link: http://ns1763.ca/kingsco/borden_h.html

After the Acadians, Canning- first called Apple Tree Landing and then Habitant Corner, was settled by New England Planters in 1760 and by the Dutch following World Ward II. and canning nova scotia is a wicked place to live yea on pereau rd