Coats for Kids

Some Councils in Cape Breton participating in Coats for Kids programCouncil 2024 Sydney Mines – Johnny Miles SchoolCouncil 5109 North Sydney – Food Bank, North Sydney9476 Sydney River – St. Vincent de Paul Society

Halifax Explosion, Dec 6th 1917, Gone But Not Forgotten and Remembrance

Halifax Explosion, Dec 6th 1917, Gone But Not Forgotten and Remembrance, for all who died and suffered, known and unknown. Over 200 catholic victims are buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery and Holy Cross Cemetery. The worst disaster in Canadian history, killing 2,000 people and injuring 9,000. Halifax Explosion held the record of the largest, man-made …

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Parade of Lights Halifax

Assembly 2519 Lower Sackville with the local Councils participated into the 2021 Halifax parade of lights

Halifax Remembrance day

“Lest We Forget”: Remembering with Respect and Honour. Knights of Columbus.  Many members from Fourth and Third Degree help place Canada flags on graves of veterans. Sir Knight Harold MacDonald at Mount Olivet Cemetery in Halifax Nova Scotia. Photo on page 29 of Columbia, December 2021, Published on Nov 22, 2021 Link: https://issuu.com/columbia-magazine/docs/columbiadec21en 

Coats for Kids Program

The Nova Scotia Knights of Columbus, along with our Parish Priests, are proud to support the Coats for Kids Program. This year, Councils throughout Nova Scotia are donating the largest number of coats, with 1,188 coats being donated to kids in need. Through our fundraising efforts, we aim to increase this donation every year. Pictured …

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Council’s Award

Many Councils in Nova Scotia are receiving awards for the great work done during the 2020-21

Council 6348 presentation

SD Ron Dowling Presenting GK Pierre Comeau Council 6348 Comeauville his 50 service recognition at our Yarmouth meeting

100th Anniversary

SD Ron Dowling presenting 100th Anniversary Certificate from Supreme Knight Patrick Kelly to GK Angus Campbell of Council 2298

Our Founder’s First Feast Day

August 13, 2021 Brother Knights, Today is a historic day for the Knights of Columbus and for the Catholic Church — it is the first feast day of our Founder, Blessed Michael McGivney. This is a day of celebration, reflection and prayer. The Church has chosen August 13 to honor our Founder because it falls …

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