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Regional Council

Regional Council is the main legislative and governing body for Halifax and its 16 districts. It is comprised of the Mayor and 16 Councillors. Councillors also sit on boards, committees and commissions, standing committees and community councils in the district where they've been elected.

Regional Council meets at City Hall, 3rd floor, Council Chambers (1841 Argyle Street, Halifax). All regular meetings are open to the public and broadcasted Tuesdays on EastLink TV and via live webcast.

You can browse the Regional Council Agendas, Minutes & Reports (current year) and Meeting Archives (past years). You can also search for records of Regional Council meetings using the search box in the right-hand menu on this page.

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Regional Council Agendas, Minutes & Reports

Available on the Friday prior to the meeting date. Archived video available by the Friday after the meeting. Minutes available once approved.

Community Councils

There are three Community Councils, each consisting of five or six districts. Community Councils consider local matters, make recommendations to Regional Council, and provide opportunities for public input.

Standing Committees

Standing Committees are made up of members of Regional Council and focus on the more strategic initiatives and Council priorities, and make recommendations to Regional Council.

Boards & Committees

Find a listing of the current boards, committees and commissions. Learn how to apply as a volunteer on one.

Participate

There are several ways for you to share your views with Council, Community Councils or Committees: correspondence, public hearings, petitions, presentations, contact a Councillor directly

Upcoming Meetings