—Source: ‘Royal’ treatment to Gaelic College name prompts uproar, resignation in Nova Scotiain The Globe and Mail, 18 December 2013 My son is now the fourth generation of continuous military service.He is serving in Petawawa with the Canadian Airborne, throwing himself out of perfectly good aircraft – well, maybe not so perfectly good any more, but throwing himself out of aircraft. Betty Ann La Vallée, great, great, great granddaughter of Major Jean Baptiste Cope, testifying before the Standing Committee on Fisheries and Oceans of the House of Commons on 25 November 1999.—Source: Royal Gaelic College CEO weighs in on name controversyin The Globe and Mail, 4 March 2014 In a controversy pitting some Nova Scotians of Scottish ancestry against each other, the chairman of Cape Breton's recently renamed Royal Gaelic College has stepped down because of a backlash against the school's gaining its royal prefix from Queen Elizabeth II...The name change was intended to mark the college's 75th anniversary, but instead the move reopened centuries-old wounds...
The college promotes itself as the most important schoolof Gaelic language and culture in North America.
"We went to our wardrobes to see what we had [which would be suitable], and we just stood outside with our broken shovel and our son took the picture," said Ms Cameron. It has since been uploaded to viral photo sharing sites such as Imgur and Reddit, and now has over 2.6 million views.
"It's gone around the world," said Ms Cameron, noting the viral photo has resulted in many Facebook page likes for her company and requests to make Nova Scotia Gothic into a puzzle.
The first of the new Arctic patrol boats will be named after Admiral Harry De Wolf, the swashbuckling Nova Scotian Second World War commander of the destroyer Haida.
A Navy rebuilt, at last, by Conrad Black, in the National Post, March 14, 2015 A poster that was created by a student has now been removed from the wall of a Nova Scotia high school because it depicts a black man wearing chains.
American Gothic parody goes viral - Bridgewater photo viewed millions of times Lunenburg County Progress Bulletin, Bridgewater, 24 February 2015 Let me put it this way.