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All members will be receiving an email outlining details concerning the new Anti-Spam Legislation which requires that organizations recieve consent to communicate with individuals. We require you to reply in the affirmative to this email in order to keep sending you emails about events, lectures, conferences and other activities GANS undertakes. 
 
Going forward we will include a statement in our membership forms which should cover this for all new and renewed members. However to ensure compliance with the legislation we must gain your consent to communicate with you until the end of this membership year.
 
- GANS Executive

Cemetery Conference 2014

THANK YOU!
 
The Genealogical Association of Nova Scotia would like to extend a big thank you to the organizing committee of
 
Old Stones: from Exploration to Preservation
 
The cemetery conference held at Truro on May 24 and May 25th
 
Cemetery Conference Organizing Committee
L-R: Jan Fralic-Brown, Dawn Josey, Irene Schofield, Allan Marble (GANS President), Marcelle Comeau, Wes Anthony, Gary Wright
 
By all accounts it was a successful weekend and we would particularly like to extend a thank you to all of our speakers and most importantly to the attendees. Look out for more exciting genealogical workshops, lectures and conferences coming in the new years.

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Camp Hill Cemetery, Halifax

There are nearly 5,900 distinct images in the collection; images are attached to approximately 12,000 of the total 16,700 records.
A detailed description of this cemetery project may be seen under the sidebar link Cemetery Records. The individual records are accessible to GANS members.
Project Description: Camp Hill Cemetery Project

Upcoming Events 
GANS Office Open
Sunday, Jul. 27th
The Office is open to everyone.  Stop by to chat, do some internet research, check out our library or buy a publication or membership.  ...

All lectures are open to the public and will be held unless otherwise noted in the Akins A/V Room, Nova Scotia Archives, 6016 University Avenue, Halifax, Nova Scotia