Location: Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC), Cobequid Trail
(Location 2000-2011: Truro, Prince Street)
The Berlin Wall segments which were standing in Truro from 2000, moved in 2011 to Bible Hill, to the Campus of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College. The Berlin Wall segments should help us to appreciate our freedom as Canadians, said Bernie MacDonald, NSAC co-president in the Truro Dialy News.
Stephanie Rogers wrote on the NSCA Homepage: They remind us of human capacity to be divisive, antagonist, hostile and even brutal. They also can stand for our own development as leaders and citizens responsible for co-creating a greater sense of shared responsibility for seeking truth, freedom, creativity and compassion.
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