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Chill the heck out with some of the city’s frostiest sweet treats.

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Black Bear Ice Cream

Q: In a battle of waterfront ice cream, who'd win, a Bear or a Cow? A: Whomever wields Moon Mist as a weapon. Queens Wharf, Halifax waterfront

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Cherry Berry Self-Serve Yogurt Bar

It's on you to dress your frozen yogurt swirl to the nines with sauces, cookies, fruit chunks and boba, so what'll it be? 6024 Quinpool Road

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Dee Dee's Ice Cream

The line-up of handmade ice cream and sorbet rotates regularly, but fresh ingredients and experimental flavours always result in goodness, like Berry Berry. 5668 Cornwallis Street

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Freak Lunchbox

Halifax's candyland does chocolatey treats, sour stuff, vintage bars and thick milkshakes, but the ultimate brain freeze comes compliments of the slushie. 1723 Barrington Street

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Cows Ice Cream

Follow the smell of fresh waffle cones that wafts its way down the boardwalk for a couple of scoops of Peanut Butter Cup Cup. 1869 Lower Water Street

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Giggles Ice Cream

Pick from 24 flavours of soft serve at this little red shack, including the tantalizing Sour Pucker Bubble Gum. 2 Ochterloney Street

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Jubilee Junction

Birthplace of the legendary (and mammoth) ice cream cookie sandwich—this one has a Crunchie bar in the middle of it. 6273 Jubliee Road

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Lemon Dogs

The lemonade-making local biz has added handmade ice pops to the line-up, with flavours like Blueberry Granola Breakfast Pop. 77 King Street

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Sugar Shok

New digs mean ice cream, floats and milkshakes—like this Pink Lady, where pink lemonade meets creamsicle—all summer. 112 Portland Street

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Sugah! Confectionery and Ice Cream Emporium

Get homemade fudge and chocolate hand-paddled into your scoop, or taste the rainbow with a sprinkle-dipped one. 1479 Lower Water Street

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