Media / Press
Young African Nova Scotian women heading to Ottawa to share their experiences – November 5, 2017
Amid mounting stories of sexism on Parliament Hill and a recent report on anti-black racism in Canada, 14 young women from Nova Scotia’s East Preston area are travelling to Ottawa on Monday to “claim their space” in the capital.
175th Church Anniversary Booklet – September 17, 2017
Celebrating 175 Years of God’s Amazing Grace in God’s Church in East Preston, and all of what God has planned for us in the days to come! Jeremiah 29:11.
Global NEWS (Article) – July 1, 2017
As soon as visitors walked through the doors of the East Preston Recreation Centre on Canada Day, they were met with the spicy aroma of dishes passed down through recipes that span generations.
CBC NEWS (Article) – June 10, 2017
The faith-based academy, run by community volunteers, was started three years ago by Senator Wanda Thomas Bernard, who believes education should be accessible and have the power to transform.
CBC NEWS (Article) – October 27, 2016
Nova Scotia’s Wanda Thomas Bernard, Daniel Christmas named senators
A Halifax professor and an Indigenous leader from Cape Breton are among Canada’s nine non-partisan senators named today by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
CBC NEWS (Article) – September 10, 2016
East Preston United Baptist Church recording community’s history
A church that is the heartbeat of a historic African Nova Scotian community on the outskirts of Dartmouth will celebrate its 174th anniversary with a literally historic event on Sunday.
CBC News (Article) – May 31, 2016
East Preston legal workshop headed by community role models
Land titles, criminal law, estate planning and parental rights discussed at East Preston event
CBC News – Atlantic Voice (Audio) – May 29, 2016
East Preston Tour
We go on a walking tour of historic East Preston People in those communities can trace their roots from the earliest settlers in the 18th century.
The Chronicle Herald (Article)- March 8, 2014
Dare to dream, women entrepreneurs told “There are now four women at the helm of that iconic business in Halifax, and one of them happens to be me — a black girl from East Preston.” Candace Thomas
Information Morning Nova Scotia (Audio) – February 28, 2014
Justine Colley honoured to help the church that helped raise her. The SMU basketball record-breaker will speak at the East Preston United Baptist Church Saturday at 5.
The Chronicle Herald (Article) – October 6, 2013
Q&A: East Preston church still going strong. Many church congregations are dwindling, but East Preston United Baptist Church, celebrating 171 years, always has a full house.
Information Morning Nova Scotia (Audio) – October 1, 2013
East Preston church bursting at the seams. East Preston United Baptist Church is growing, and fundraising for a new sanctuary.
Eastlink Magazine (Video) – February 5th, 2012
Barb Anderson and crew from the Eastlink Television show “Easklink Magazine” visit the East Preston United Baptist Church.