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Halifax Pride guide 

Twenty-five years of action and celebration

Halifax’s annual pride parade started in 1987, when a brave group, some wearing bags over their heads, walked through downtown. In the quarter century since, the parade has grown into a week-plus series of events, and a celebratory mood has come to define the community-wide festival. See our complete coverage of Pride 2012, here.

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