5 reasons to visit Halifax

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Summer is a great time to explore, and as Maritimers we’re lucky to be surrounded by some pretty amazing places to visit. Personally, I’m most looking forward to exploring the city right outside my door. You see, Halifax has some great attractions that are appreciated by both locals and visitors alike, so I’ve rounded up 5 reasons to explore Halifax

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5 Halifax Oyster Bars you HAVE to Check out

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Visiting Halifax and not trying any seafood is like visiting Paris and not visiting the Eiffel Tower. Our proximity to the ocean means direct access to the freshest seafood around, from black goby to bivalves. Speaking of the latter, our cold Atlantic waters produce particularly perfect molluscs and shellfish, including oysters. There are many great places to sample this salty

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Top 10 things to do in Halifax for under $10!

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Here is a list of the top 10 things to see and do in and around Halifax for $10 or less; Nova Scotia’s capital is a destination full of big memories for a small cost! Explore the Museum of Natural History Cost: $6.30 (One adult) Visiting Gus the Gopher Tortoise is worth the $6.30 alone! Over 90-years-old, Gus is originally

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Top 6 places to get a cocktail in HALIFAX!

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Jess + cocktails = the best relationship. I’m always in search of delicious cocktails downtown, so when I received this assignment I was more than ready to try out some new places and some new cocktails. 1. Lot Six Lot Six opened last year on Argyle Street, and it’s a place I’ve been meaning to try but hadn’t yet had

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Become a Lumberjack For a Day in HALIFAX

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Blog written by guest blogger Emily Baron Cadloff I’m a city girl through and through. But sometimes, you just need to break out of your comfort zone. What better way to do that than by trying the latest trend in Halifax – axe throwing! That’s right, axe throwing. This timber sport has been around for generations, but now everyone is

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