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The 19 local Instagram accounts you have to follow 

Pretty pictures for your phone. #NoFilter

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Last year’s Back to School guide featured the best local Twitter accounts for new students in Halifax to follow. But Twitter is so 2014.


This year, we’ve regrammed some fascinating local Instagram accounts that showcase the fashion, food and kittens which make Halifax so great. Go give these people a follow, and we’ll see you next year for the city’s best Kik users.


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@seriouslyalexa
We’re serious about NSCAD grad and Halifax artist Alexa Cude’s work. @halifolks
Documenting the faces and stories of the city’s eclectic residents. @jessundecided
Personal style blogger Jess inspires new looks, one casual outfit at a time. @douglish
Tasty food and pretty scenery, what more could you ask for? @riaisawake
A sneak peek into the uber talents of rising star Ria Mae. @discoverhalifax
Find your new screensaver with these gorgeous shots of the local cityscape. @hfxartgossip
It’s like gossip, but artier. @jizzdiva
Found food never looked so good. @scumsuck
Writer/actor/comedian Cheryl Hann is the coolest friend you haven’t met yet. @eathalifax
Try not to get hungry scrolling through this food writer/stylist’s tempting photos. @richaucoin
It’s not really a party unless Rich Aucoin is invited. @wayemason
An inside look at the busy life of Halifax South Downtown’s city councillor. @hannahmsears
Lifestyle and fashion blogger, with a hint of rural Nova Scotian charm. @misslionhunter
From Halifax to Zimbabwe, this digital influencer knows what looks good. @jasoneisener
The Hobo with a Shotgun director reps for Dartmouth with his signature style.

#PetsOfInstagram

Let’s be honest, we could have devoted this entire section to cute animals of the Halifax Regional Municipality with their own Instagram accounts. Sometimes, you just need a puppy pick-me-up. Here are just a few of our favs.

@Masonthemini_
@catsofhalifax
@nsspca
@dollyandtiger

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