Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia

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The Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia is an organization dedicated to saving architecturally and historically significant structures in the province. These have included The Carleton and Morris House and many others.

Graeme F. Duffus[1] was the Vice President of the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia from 2000 to 2007**.

The Heritage Trust's office is on Ochterloney Street in Dartmouth.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Graeme F. Duffus

Coordinates: 44°40′01″N 63°34′06″W / 44.666842°N 63.568338°W / 44.666842; -63.568338