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W.T.F, New Brunswick?

“The Last…For Now” Edition.
It’s time to say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn.

W.T.F, New Brunswick?

“Up, Up, and Away” Edition
You’ve probably been wondering W.T.F. or “Where’s The Fun” in New Brunswick between September 7 – 9?

W.T.F, New Brunswick?

“When Nature Calls” Edition
You’ve probably been wondering W.T.F. or “Where’s The Fun” in New Brunswick on Labour Day Weekend, from August 31 until September 3?

W.T.F, New Brunswick?

Back to Your Roots Edition.
You’ve probably been wondering W.T.F. or “Where’s The Fun” in New Brunswick? And we’re here to do the ground work for you.

W.T.F, New Brunswick?

Island Edition.
You’ve probably been wondering W.T.F. or “Where’s The Fun” in New Brunswick?

Where's the fun, New Brunswick?

Right next door, Halifax.
You’ve probably been wondering W.T.F. or “Where’s The Fun” in New Brunswick?

10 ways to Celebrate Canada Day long weekend in Halifax

Celebrate Canada Day in Halifax
Celebrate your nation and the diversity of her land and people. Through history, stillness, activity, and dance, we salute and celebrate those who have walked the land before us, to those who’ve recently joined us.

From Here to There: Road trips Made Easy

CarShare Atlantic wants you to get out of town!
Summers in Nova Scotia aren’t complete without three things: your friends, the ocean, and a road trip.

The Rural Urbanite’s Summer

How to find the perfect balance while visiting Ottawa this summer
The long Canadian winter is over, and the three-months-of-summer clock has started ticking.

10 Instagrammable places in Halifax

FOMO locations that show the city's fun side
With incredible Oceanside views and coastal hikes, you’ll probably end up taking photos mostly of food, yourself, and beer. And that’s okay.

Top 10 activities 2 hours from Halifax

Nova Scotia is known for its breathtaking coastal views, challenging rocky hikes, the thirst-quenching craft beer, and surfing.

Top 10 Things to do in Halifax this summer

Halifax is well-stocked with fun for the active tourist, the history buff, and for the foodie traveler. While visiting both the hot spots and the local spots, mixed in with a few summer events, your time in Halifax is sure to be a traveler’s dream.

No limits on having fun

Many programs are available for people with physical and mental disabilities to enjoy the sun and try something new, because summer means adventure for all.
Getting on the water

Lobster Tales: A guide to great lobster in Halifax

People come from far and wide to enjoy the tasty crustaceans so plentiful here in Halifax restaurants. Here are a few of the key lobster dishes in fine local eateries to impress any summer visitor.
Even if lobsters have 10 walking legs, they can never get too far in Halifax.

Ferry tale views of the sister cities

You’ve got a day in Halifax and want to see a bit of Darmouth. Here’s how to do both.
Start by taking the ferry across the harbour.

Halifax Walking Tour: Eats and treats on the waterfront

Exploring the waterfront and spending a day on the water.
A good place to start is the Seaport Farmers' Market (1209 Marginal Road, halifaxfarmersmarket.com), open Tuesday to Sunday from 8am (actually 7am on Saturdays, for you keeners).

Halifax Walking Tour: Downtown, things will be great

Shopping and seeing the sites in downtown Halifax.
Start on Halifax's biggest shopping street, Spring Garden Road.

Halifax Caught in the Web

Here’s a handy list to bookmark: web addresses for a few important Halifax-area contacts
Acadian Bus Lines acadianbus.comAlcoholics Anonymous

Important Phone Numbers

You know the numbers for 911 and 411, so here's a slew of other important digits to copy into your daytimer, program into your cell or just tear off and attach to your fridge.
Acadian Bus Lines 800-567-5151 Alcoholics Anonymous 461-1119

In Print This Week

Vol 26, No 17
September 20, 2018

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