- History of the Macdonald Bridge | Halifax Harbour Bridges
On April 2, 1955, the Angus L Macdonald Bridge opened and the communities of Halifax and Dartmouth were united for the first time with an efficient transportation link that provided 24 hour 7 days a week access across the Halifax harbour
- Halifax River - Wikipedia
A view of the Halifax River southbound from the Seabreeze Bridge, Daytona Beach, Volusia County, Florida Three other bridges can be seen from this vista: Main Street Bridge (closest), Broadway Bridge, and Veterans Memorial Bridge
- Halifax, Nova Scotia - Wikipedia
Halifax is located within the traditional ancestral lands of the Mi'kmaq indigenous peoples, known as Mi'kma'ki The Mi'kmaq have resided in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island since prior to European landings in North America in the 1400s and 1500s to set up fisheries
- Halifax County, Virginia
Halifax County, Virginia, where Gen Greene saved the Southern Army and the new Republic during the Revolutionary War Several refurbished, 1700s homes and taverns compliment the areas metropolitan culture
- Home Page | Rotary Club of Halifax
The next meeting of the Halifax Rotary Club will be Thursday, December 3, 2015 at 7:15 am in the Tradewinds Room, Westin Hotel The meeting program focus will be the annual Vacation Draw
- Halifax Shipping News. ca | Comings and Goings In Halifax . . .
This week, I talk about Leeway Marine and Kraken Sonar partnering to drive down the cost of High quality Surveys Kraken Supplies the sonar system, and Leeway Marine supplies the Vessel having talked about Leeway Marine in the past, its worth showing off what Kraken Can do below are images from Kraken’s website, of the Volvos on the bottom of the Bedford basin
- Halifax Titanic Historical Tours - Halifax Tours, Halifax . . .
Halifax Titanic Historical Tour's AM PM Limousine was established back in 2006 with a dream to become the Finest Tour Limousine Service in Halifax, Nova Scotia
- Halifax travel - Lonely Planet
It's not just a city for the young – Halifax's longevity ensures something of appeal for everyone Stroll the historic waterfront, check out a museum or two, catch some live music and enjoy the best of what Eastern Canada has to offer – you'll find Haligonians to be more than happy to share their fabulous little city with visitors from around the world