The shared history between African-Canadians and African Americans is what makes Nova Scotia’s backstory so fascinating; both have historically endured and ultimately transcended the perils of poverty, destitution, ostrasization and dehumanizing racial discrimination.
Similarly, both also have served as sources of free labor and were, for a time, denied the right to own land and deprived of basic humanity in their respective adopted countries.
"It's different because this is her business, this is her passion," Bonnie Langille said.
Windsor is a Canadian town located in Hants County, Nova Scotia.
"She texted us every day to tell us how things were going.
It was great." The couple said friends have come in before to look after the farm and have done a great job, but they hated imposing on them.
"If they are able to get away, they still need someone to do the work of running the farm." Sheffield has a farm background and recently graduated from Dalhousie University's agricultural campus in Bible Hill.
She started farm-sitting during high school, but made a business plan while at Dal and recently quit her job at a feed store in Truro so she could start her new job.
Whether you’re a diehard globetrotter who enjoys visiting “off-the-beaten-path” destinations or seeking to escape a former reality TV star’s administration by moving to Canada for the next four years, consider adding this charming port city to your summer travel list.A visit to Halifax is not complete without trying the fabled donair, the offical food of Halifax.Looking for the best spots to take photos in Halifax?Fortunately, both also managed to transcend racism and built strong community foundations through historic black institutions like churches and schools.Nova Scotia also served as a destination of refuge for blacks escaping the brutalities of American slavery and served as a point of migration for an estimated 3,000 Black Loyalists, free blacks and enslaved Africans who accepted the British invitation to fight on their side during the American Revolutionary War and the War of 1812.Halifax was a key player in many armed conflicts including the War of 1812.