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Snapshots of Occupy Nova Scotia, Day 1

by Moira PetersMiles Howe

photo by Miles Howe
Billy. photo by Miles Howe
Angele. photo by Miles Howe
The Dawgfather. photo by Miles Howe
Cynthia. photo by Miles Howe
photo by Miles Howe
Ian. photo by Miles Howe
Debt. photo by Miles Howe
System. photo by Miles Howe
Record. photo by Miles Howe
Ann & Val, from Wolfville. photo by Moira Peters
Climate justice. photo by Moira Peters
Haligonians. photo by Moira Peters
Legal observation. photo by Moira Peters
Do it. photo by Moira Peters
Jackie, Pat, Susie. photo by Moira Peters
Art. photo by Moira Peters
Occupy. photo by Moira Peters
Banner. photo by Moira Peters
Square. photo by Moira Peters
Be. photo by Moira Peters
Future. photo by Moira Peters
99. photo by Moira Peters
Food! photo by Miles Howe
Balance. photo by Miles Howe
Family. photo by Miles Howe
Breastfeeding-friendly zone. photo by Miles Howe
Literacy. photo by Miles Howe
Authority. photo by Miles Howe
People. photo by Miles Howe

Two hundred fifty people occupied Grand Parade Square in Halifax to take part in the Occupy Together movement, which officially launched today in occupation and decolonization events across Canada.

Mi'kmaq elder Billy Lewis opened the day's activities. Other speakers included Occupy Nova Scotia organizers, high school students, environmentalists and small business owners in Halifax.

The following is a snapshot of the day's activities and attendees. Stay tuned to the Halifax Media Co-op for audio recordings of the speakers, and for continued HMC coverage of Occupy Nova Scotia.

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