Posts Tagged ‘dartmouth’

In defence of Dartmouth

  Halifax’s rebranding campaign has been in the news a lot lately, particularly in regards to the controversy over efforts to introduce the “HALIFAX” logo to a number of locations across the harbour in Dartmouth. I know Dartmouth can be a bit of a mystery to many come-from-away campus dwellers, so I thought I’d take…

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Take a walk on the other side

Let’s face it. We’ve all heard the talk about the bad sides of Dartmouth—but what do you know about the positive sides? If you haven’t heard of any, no worries—I’ve got you covered! Below are four great things to do in Dartmouth. The Dartmouth Ferry The best part about going to Dartmouth would have to…

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Walking through the dream

(Photo from Dalhousie Unconscious Collective Facebook page) Nocturne is always a night of many sights and many sounds—bizarre sensory treats that defy expectations and explore new ways of expression. Wandering through the city, one might come upon a sweeping chorale coming from Alderney Landing, in Dartmouth, where the Unconscious Collective Vocal Ensemble will be performing…

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The cheap guide to sports in Halifax

Have less than 20 bucks in your pocket but want to watch sports or get fit? Don’t worry, there are tons of places in Halifax—including Dalhousie—where $20 is all you need. From watching hockey to university sports, community events to working out, Halifax has an affordable option for you.   Hockey and university sports: There…

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Sustainability by the Sea

By Jenner-Brooke Berger, Staff Contributor It was early April. In search of the perfect place for their new café, baker Tara MacDonald and barista Zane Kelsall had one disappointment after another. Almost at the end of their ropes, driving down Ochterlony Street in Dartmouth, Kelsall and MacDonald saw the for lease sign. Within minutes the…

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