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Des soldats de 36 Territorial Battalion Group (36 TBG), une composante secondaire de 36 Canadian Brigade Group (36 CBG), effectue l'entraînement d'opérations urbaines dans la municipalité régionale d'Halifax du 23 au 25 janvier, 2015 dans le cadre de l'exercice STEEL TITAN 2015. Photo par : Adj Jerry Kean, Affaires publiques 5e division

Halifax Citadel ~Near the center of the bustling port city of Halifax, on a high point of land overlooking Halifax Harbour, you will find the 19th century military fort, the Citadel. The present structure of steep masonary walls and numerous stone lined underground rooms, was completed in 1856 and is the fourth in a series of British Forts at the site. Today, the restored complex is a national historic site, commemorating Halifax's role as a key naval station of an earlier British empire.

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The Town Clock, also sometimes called the Old Town Clock or Citadel Clock Tower, is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the historic urban core of Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality.

$20 MILLLLLLION! From @globalnews A decades-long dispute between the city of Halifax and the federal government over the value of Citadel Hill is finally over. . A statement from the Halifax Regional Municipality says the federal government has agreed to a payment of $20 million in lieu of taxes for the taxation years 1997 to 2015. . On behalf of Regional Council Im delighted that we have addressed this outstanding issue said Halifax Mayor Mike Savage. . This is the culmination of a…

Open Farm Day - bring your family out to meet #NovaScotia's hardworking local #farmers

Sailing boat mar at Halifax Regional Municipality, Nova Scotia, Canada

Peggys Point Lighthouse located on the eastern shore of St. Margarets Bay Halifax Regional Municipality Nova Scotia Canada 44.492778, -63.917400

🆕 | News | Municipality providin­g assistance to resid­ents with well water ­shortages: T­he Halifax Regional M­unicipality is… #News_

From @cyclehalifax We are pleased to announce a resolution to the Cornwallis bicycle parking situation that meets the needs of the Halifax Cycling Coalition the Halifax Regional Municipality and the local community. When undertaking this project we could not have anticipated the response that has occurred. Our original goal was to install two bicycle corrals in Halifax's North End both located in the 7.5 metre space between the intersection and the legal start of car parking (the "clear…