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Over the years, the laws changed from time to time, with respect to various aspects, including whether the land grant was free; the level of taxation; the size of lots available; and the conditions to be met to receive full title to the land.
The basic process was the same as in other areas of Canada where Crown land grants were made: The Nova Scotia Archives houses any records relating to land grants in present-day Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island.
"I think it's important to put myself out there because I think other people with disabilities and even able-bodied people have a lot to learn from that." And through his research, he's learning almost as much as his viewers.
In one of the videos, Peeler talks about why he's been nervous to date, and lists some of the online dating sites designed for people with disabilities.
Chipman (1754-1824)was a Massachusetts lawyer and New York State army administrator between 17, who moved to New Brunswick in 1784.
The Ward Chipman Papers contain muster rolls of Loyalists, and their families, who settled in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick and were members of demobilized regiments.
The Nova Scotia Commissioner of Crown Lands fonds is subdivided into eleven series, as follows: Records relating to Nova Scotia land grants after 1926 are located in the Nova Scotia Department of Lands and Forests fonds.
Residents and guests alike continue to be attracted to the island picnics, summer yacht races, garden parties, band concerts, kayaking, the 18-hole golf course and tennis courts, as well as marvelous restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and craft shops.
Alexander Peeler is tackling the stigma around living with a disability — all from the bedroom of his Bridgewater, N. This spring, the 25-year-old filmmaker launched a You Tube series about life with a rare form of muscular dystrophy.
He's no stranger to advocating for greater accessibility, but says over the years, he's noticed people shy away from talking openly about disability issues.
"I guess for some people it's a bit taboo, not because it's a bad topic per se, but because it's something they're uncomfortable talking about," said Peeler who runs Squeaky Wheel Productions.