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Not unlike a new baby, when you take a puppy home you want to feed the little devil the best possible food that will help them grow and live long,…
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The bulker Genco Ardennes arrived unladen from Quebec for pier 28. The General Cargo Ship Onego Pioneer is tied up at pier 27 delivering rails for…
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5 Wicked Bowls Of Soup In Calgary

I was introduced to pho when I lived in Calgary and it was a life altering experience as I had no idea that noodle soups could be so delicious!…
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How Not To Sleep

I could use some sleep. My older two boys were wonderful sleepers until they both turned four-months-old at which point their sleeping patterns…
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Prosciutto Wrapped Tomato

The holiday season is just around the corner and it’s that time of the year when we’re out socializing and entertaining at home. The thought of…

Only a Few Days Left to See Realism Redux at Secord Gallery

Only a few days left in Secord Gallery's exhibition of realist paintings with renowned artists Brian Atyeo, Alan Bateman, Malcolm Callaway, Paul Hannon, Susan Paterson and Steven Rhude. There are many excellent works in the show, and several works by other artists on display in the other spaces in the gallery. The show concludes on Saturday, November 28. 


Old flagpole to be removed from Grand Parade Square

Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015 (Halifax, NS) – The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents that tomorrow, Nov. 26, the old flagpole located in the middle of Grand Parade Square will be removed.

Work to dismantle and remove the pole and guide wires will get underway at 7 a.m. The front doors of City Hall will be closed during this work, however access will be available through the Argyle Street entrance.


Prince and Market Streets – Street Closures

Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 (Halifax, NS) – The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents of the next phase of street closures that will be in place on a series of streets in downtown Halifax, while crews install a water main in the area.

Prince Street, between Grafton Street and Brunswick Street, and Market Street, between Prince Street and Sackville Street, will be closed to vehicular traffic beginning at 7 p.m.


Halifax’s First Protected Bike Lane Now Open on Rainnie Drive

Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2015 (Halifax, NS) – The region’s first protected bicycle lane is now open on Rainnie Drive in Halifax, another of the active transportation benefits in the area made possible through the North Park Intersection Redesign project.

The two-way bike lane is approximately 300 metres long and located on the section of Rainnie Drive that was converted to one-way traffic when the new Cogswell roundabout opened earlier this summer.

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