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Scanned and some original material will be on display. The meeting is open to the public, free of charge and is sponsored by the Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia. Tickets costing.00 are available from. Join David Jones, a strong advocate for cultural heritage, for an illustrated and lively discussion of the 'lived-in history' of these notable Dartmouth museum houses. Notable fellow racialized neighbourhoods razed under the banner of urban renewal include The Ward in Toronto, and Rooster Town in Winnipeg.