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Winter surfing isn’t for everyone, but if you’re looking for a different kind of surf escape, far from the busy beaches of Costa Rica or Mexico, Halifax is the place to go. You might be wondering why anyone would be crazy enough to hop in the frigid Atlantic while the sandy beaches are hidden under a gelid layer of water powder.
Well, read on to discover 5 ~cool~ reasons you should give winter surfing a in the Halifax region a chance!
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Taking in a show with family or friends is a holiday tradition, and what better place than Halifax? With so many fun and festive things to do in the city, why not make it a weekend getaway or a fun staycation!
Whether you’re a fan of the classics or looking for something a little more modern, we’ve collected a list of the seasons’ best shows, PLUS, where to stay, where to eat and where to shop while you enjoy your visit to Halifax.
Now you have everything you’ll need to plan the perfect weekend getaway!
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2017 marks the 100th anniversary year of the Halifax Explosion that occurred in the Halifax harbour in 1917. When the explosion struck, killing nearly 2,000 people and leaving hundreds more injured and homeless, Boston sent medical personnel and supplies to relieve the city’s rescue efforts.
For decades Nova Scotians have commemorated Boston’s kindness by sending a Nova Scotian Christmas tree to our southern neighbours each year. Here are a few interesting facts you may not have known about Nova Scotia’s Tree for Boston:
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Halifax and Nova Scotia’s weather can be summed up with one word: moderate.
It is rarely scorching hot or freezing cold, however we are in Canada so it still gets chilly of course! When the fresh snow falls and the air gets crisp, Canadians know that it’s time to make the most of the season.
Here are some fun ideas for enjoying all the BEST of winter in Halifax: