How the Bluenose became one of the worlds fastest

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How the Bluenose became one of the world's fastest boats and helped create the identity of a province - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

With rows of colourful buildings and historic tree lined streets, Lunenburg, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a tourist magnet along Nova Scotia’s south shore. Of all its attractionsThe area, one in particular lures visitors to the harbour town.

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Decked out with the latest navigation equipmentThe 33rd President o, and costing $24 million, the grandchild of the original is a moderns ability to travel and avoid quarantine by testing, floating tourism calling card. A far cry from the schooner launched a century ago.

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