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  • Halifax
  • Halifax
  • Halifax
  • Halifax
  • Halifax



Situated on the Eastern Coast of Canada, in the Maritime province of Nova Scotia and protruding into the vast Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia is one of the smallest of the Canadian provinces. Halifax is widely known to have a slower pace than the popular immigrant destinations of Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. This tiny Atlantic gem known as Halifax has a lot to offer visitors.

The City of Halifax sits on the Atlantic coast and, as such, hosts the beautiful Halifax harbour. On hot summer afternoons, you can take a stroll on the boardwalk that follows the water's edge alongside the world's second-largest ice-free port. Feel the ocean breeze and maybe catch a street performer busking on a pier part of the Halifax Busker Festival. 

Stretching along from the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21, the gateway into Canada for over one million immigrants, you'll pass unique shops, restaurants, and a bustling working harbour.  From the ocean-backed views of the Peggy's Cove Lighthouse to the gorgeous landscape of the Cape Breton Highlands and the bevy of lakes and provincial parks, nature lovers will rejoice in Nova Scotia.

Then hop aboard North America's longest-running saltwater ferry and cross the port to the Dartmouth side, filled with more locally-owned shops, galleries, cafés, restaurants, and pubs.

Halifax Hotels

$$$ The Halliburton Halifax

Historic Hotel

29 guest rooms and suites in a trio of restored heritage townhouses. Each room is unique in size and decor. Guests enjoy spending time in the shaded Garden Courtyard and cosy library. The restaurant...

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