Historic St. Paul’s in downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, was built in 1750 and is the oldest Protestant church in Canada. After the American Revolution and the creation of the Diocese of Nova Scotia, it became the first Anglican cathedral outside Great Britain, serving all the Maritimes, Quebec and Ontario as far west as Windsor, and even stretching down to Bermuda. A variety of future British monarchs have attended services in the royal pew. (source unknown)

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