I was pleased to note that if you type in “Halifax world class” in Google, the 9th web page noted is the article I wrote about Halifax’s obsession with big falutin’ megaprojects. Thank you to everyone linking to this site!
Property taxes wouldn’t need to be so high if governments paid more to city: mayor STÃ‰PHANE MASSINON The Daily News Toronto gets $645. Montreal, $245. And Ottawa $426. Halifax doesn’t fare so well. When it comes to transfers from the provincial and federal governments, every other major Canadian city gets more money per capita than Halifax’s $27 per person. The –more–
Education is suddenly a front burner issue in Nova Scotia. In an article in Wednesday’s Herald, Premier Dexter had this to say: Dexter said the province has to come to grips with declining enrollments in schools. He said the first place the boards are to look for savings is in administration. “The simple reality of the matter is that we’re –more–
Look up, way up, and you will see a new link in the menu bar. A forum has been added to the site, so that the people emailing and posting can debate the Halifax Neighbourhood Map Project online here. Neighbourhood debates can now take place in the forums!