Definitely planning to attend! I hope to see you there. ...
2015 Rainbow Community Awards
February 7, 2015, 7:00pm
Atlantica Hotel Halifax
Join ISCANS as we honour those in our community and get to see some top notch performances for the battle for Entertainer of the Year (Male and Female). There will be some silent auction items along with the ever so popular bachelor auction. We all remember the lovely men from last year and this year will not be a disappointment. Be sure to check the facebook event and/or follow us on Twitter (@ISCANS_Halifax)! All proceeds to Reign 14's charities.
It’s a construction zone right now, but in a few months a former garage on Gottingen Street will be a new destination for climbers chafing for some action in the winter months – or passersby looking for a quiet spot…
Urban planner Andy Fillmore will be the Liberal candidate for Halifax in the next federal election. He got the nod Saturday during a nomination meeting at a local high school. Fillmore, who’s in his late 40s, will be campaigning in an election that’s to take place next October or earlier. The Halifa…
There are big changes happening in our school system! Between the Minister's Panel on Education, restoring investments to our school and reviewing the curriculum for the first time in 25 years, we're committed to making sure our students get the support they deserve.
I read this description recently... And it really hits home as a reminder as to why I am a proud Liberal! I forward this statement to both of our wonderful nominees and fellow members who will be attending the meeting tomorrow night and on November 15
"I am a Liberal because Liberals are committed to making tough decisions based on facts and evidence rather than ideology or fear. As Liberals, we value reason, we support rational and informed decision-making. We are able to navigate through complex problems and arrive at thoughtful decisions. Why? Because we believe and want what's best for Canada and its citizens" ...
In 2007, the L’Arche community in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, known as L’Arche Homefires, embarked on an expensive, long-term project to move its work programs from various ill-suited, inaccessible locations to a single, safe, fully accessible building that would also house its administrative office.
How many times do you get caught in the rain without your umbrella? We thought we’d make life a little easier for you by deploying a stock of umbrellas all over town for you to borrow should you need one.
On November 4th at 6:30 pm the Halifax Federal Liberal Association will be holding a regular meeting to plan some upcoming events and update our members on business of the riding executive. Immediately following this, promptly at 7pm we will begin a Contestant Question and Answer, an opportunity to hear each Nomination Contestant answer several questions around important topics to Halifax voters.
We are thrilled to have such extraordinary candidates both with broad experience and history of working to improve their communities and country in leadership capacities. We expect this event to be an insightful opportunity to hear more of their view on local issues and national priorities.
Join us as Bethany United Church, 7171 Clinton Ave, Halifax (the extrance to the hall is available just off Joseph Howe Dr).