Helping Address Homelessness
Learn more about municipal efforts to help address homelessness and assist in accommodating unhoused individuals in our region.
June is National Indigenous History Month
Honouring the rich history, heritage and diversity of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples across Canada.
Grand Oasis Festival
This is a free festival to celebrate music, art, and culture at Grand Parade in downtown Halifax. The festival will take place from June 21 to Oct. 1, 2022.
Harmful Algae Blooms
Some types of blue-green algae, also known as cyanobacteria, form toxin-producing blooms. Learn how to identify harmful algae and how to stay safe this summer.
Spring Garden Road
Starting July 4, SGR between Queen and South Park streets will be bus-only (bicycles permitted) from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. daily.
KANA’TA: Canada Day 2022
Celebrate KANA’TA: Canada Day 2022 on Friday, July 1, 2022. This new, re-envisioned format for Canada Day will offer residents across the region a variety of new and refreshed cultural, musical, and family-oriented events.
Multi-Year Strategic Plan Engagement Sessions
Halifax Regional Fire & Emergency is developing a multi-year strategic plan and will be holding public engagement sessions July 4 - 6.
HalifACT: Acting on Climate Together
HalifACT sets out a plan to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and ensure that residents, infrastructure, and natural systems are prepared to withstand and recover quickly from climate impacts. Learn more about the municipality's climate action plan.
Splashpads, outdoor pools, and beaches
Splashpads, beaches, and outdoor pools open for the season starting June 17 and July 1.