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Input Sought on COVE

DartmouthDevelopment

With renovations underway for the new Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE), potential tenants and members are encouraged to…

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Queen’s Marque: Partial Boardwalk Closure

HalifaxDevelopment

Halifax Waterfront – Partial Boardwalk Closure Please note that the Halifax waterfront boardwalk between the Boat Shed (next to Maritime…

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Queen’s Marque Public Space Session

HalifaxDevelopment

Join us Wednesday, August 3 for a community engagement session to hear more and share ideas on the 75,000 square…

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#shapemywaterfront Update

HalifaxDevelopment

Shaping a New Place on the Halifax waterfront! The Queen’s Landing vendor area on the Halifax waterfront is moving to a…

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Engagement Sessions

HalifaxDevelopment

Join us for a session on June 22, 25 or 26 at Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and help us shape a…

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Queen’s Marque

HalifaxDevelopment

Queen’s Marque, a district on the Halifax Waterfront, tells the story of Nova Scotia through form and place The Armour…

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Mural Art

DartmouthDevelopment

Part of the Dartmouth Harbourwalk trail, this mural art project is created on exterior walls around Dartmouth Cove. This collaborative project involves…

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Bringing historic holiday cheer to the Dartmouth Waterfront

DartmouthDevelopment

Christkindl Market— a traditional German holiday market—is back for another festive season at Alderney Landing on the Dartmouth waterfront. This…

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Students design tactical pop-up furniture on the Halifax Waterfront

HalifaxDevelopment

This summer, Dalhousie University’s School of Architecture students installed a series of pop-up furniture along a strategic portion of the…

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Ocean innovation centre on the Dartmouth Waterfront

DartmouthDevelopment

On September 1, 2016 Federal and Provincial funding was announced for COVE (Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship), located on the Dartmouth…

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