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25
August
2022

MEDIA RELEASE

For immediate release

 

12
August
2022

MEDIA RELEASE

Two new murals bring vibrancy to Grafton Street

12
August
2022

Media Release
DHBC to activate portion of Bedford Row with seating, art and more!

Temporary, partial street closure will be in effect
 

11
July
2022

MEDIA RELEASE

For immediate release

30
May
2022

The Point-in-Time (PiT) Counts are surveys conducted across Canada to provide a one-day snapshot of the state of homelessness in their respective communities.

27
May
2022

Media Advisory

Navigator Street Outreach Program to release key findings of 2022 HRM Point-in-Time Count

05
May
2022

For Immediate Release

Public Service Announcement

Mother’s Day Projection Show on former Halifax Memorial Library

29
April
2022

DELIGHTFUL DOWNTOWN Light Projection Show returns May 2022

08
March
2022

For Immediate Release

Public Service Announcement

“Spring Is Coming” Projection on former Halifax Memorial Library

16
February
2022

For Immediate Release

Public Service Announcement

Heritage Day Projection on former Halifax Memorial Library

16
February
2022

For Immediate Release

Public Service Announcement

African Heritage Month Projection on former Halifax Memorial Library

16
February
2022

For Immediate Release

Public Service Announcement
Valentine’s Day Projection on former Halifax Memorial Library

07
February
2022

Dear Premier Houston:

We are writing to you today representing over 4,000 downtown and main street businesses from across Nova Scotia. Many of these businesses, the lifeblood of their communities, have paid a heavy, heavy cost to not only follow, but promote, public health guidelines, in order to protect people as well as our over-extended health care system. But these businesses have existed in a seemingly endless cycle for two years now: rising cases lead to new restrictions, which leads to lost revenues, and then a need to advocate for renewed government support. The current wave has been the hardest thus far for most, as they have already seen two holiday seasons lost and are up to their eyeballs in debt, and are unsure of making payroll and rent, to say nothing of keeping their doors open for another several weeks.