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view listing for John W. Macleod-Fleming Tower Elementary School             Featured ListingJohn W. Macleod-Fleming Tower Elementary School

Elementary School in the Halifax Regional School Board

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view listing for Halifax Putting Edge Fun CentersFeatured ListingHalifax Putting Edge Fun Centers

For a day or evening entertainment alternative, a destination for friends or family fun, Putting Edge Fun Centers provides an engaging social atmosphere in an active & safe environment for ALL AGES!

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view listing for DAC Industrial Engines Inc.Featured ListingDAC Industrial Engines Inc.

Deutz, Hatz, Ford, Subaru, Farymann, Mann & Hummel, Hayes Couplings, AM Pumps, HiPower Generators, Lofa, Kubota, Kohler Diesel, Lister Petter, Wisconsin Continental, Wacker, Cummins Onan, and Honda.

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view listing for Connell Chrysler DodgeFeatured ListingConnell Chrysler Dodge

At Connell Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we provide the Annapolis Valley with quality new and used vehicles. Located at 1051 Brooklyn Street, Middleton, we offer Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and off make cars, trucks and SUVs at very competitive prices.

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view listing for Michael's The Arts & Crafts StoreFeatured ListingMichael's The Arts & Crafts Store

Michaels Stores, Inc. is a North American arts and crafts retail chain, with more than 1200 stores.

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Halifax Community Information, Articles & Links

Halifax Sports & Recreation

Golfing gets you outdoors!

Golfing season is now upon us. Check out this city & area's most complete golf course listings & information.

  • Halifax golf course listings
  • Summertime Sports section

  • Halifax Travel Tourism

    View from water at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

    There is lots to see around Nova Scotia. Its's "Canada's Ocean Playground!" Head up the coast toward Cape Breton, across the Canso Causeway, the world's deepest. Or head west to experience the majesty of the 50 foot (16 metre) Fundy tides or the 300+ year history of the Annapolis Valley. Or head south to experience the quaint seacoast fishing villages, from Peggy's Cove to Lunenburg (shown) down to Yarmouth, where you can catch a ferry to Maine..


    Halifax Business

    Historic Properties streetscape with planters

    Take the ferry or the bridge across the harbour to visit Dartmouth. Once a separate city, now merged into the new regional municipality, it has many interesting areas and is best known for its many lakes and ponds.

    Businesses and self-employed individuals are welcome to add themselves to our FREE LISTINGS and post news, events, and job opportunities. FoundLocally has lots of tips and information for businesses, and their staff and managers.


    Halifax Shopping

    Penhorn Mall in Dartmouth

    Halifax is the Maritimes' largest city and has lots of shopping opportunities. There are large malls, small malls, "Big Box" and Outlet shopping areas and even farmers markets.


    General Photo Credit: Halifax photos by Lynette Stewart, unless otherwise noted. Nova Scotia photos by permission from Nova Scotia Tourism and Culture.