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  • 01 Mar 2015 8:14 PM | Anonymous

    Last year, the GBBA provided a letter of support for a NS Moves Grant application submitted by Mark Nener, Community Planner, Cities & Environment Unit, Dalhousie University.  The grant was intended for use in establishing a pilot program to install bicycle racks on private land for organizations that don’t qualify for HRM’s Request a Rack Program.  

     

    Mr. Neer shared the good news today that the grant application has been approved and that he is now seeking additional feedback via an online survey to help advance move the pilot program to its next stage.  Please take a moment to review Mr. Neer’s message below, the attached background document, and to compete the online survey found here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SL98ZD9


  • 19 Feb 2015 1:45 PM | Anonymous

    Thursday, Feb. 19, 2015 (Halifax, NS) – Halifax Transit is advising passengers of service adjustments going into effect over the next two weeks to accommodate the upcoming Macdonald Bridge re-decking project. Halifax Harbour Bridges has advised that continuous overnight bridge closures will be required for the re-decking project beginning Mar. 1, 2015, Sunday to Thursday, 7 p.m. to 5:30 a.m.

    As a result of the planned evening bridge closures and to coincide with other transit service adjustments, Halifax Transit buses will not be travelling across the Macdonald Bridge Sunday through Thursday evenings after 6:30 p.m. to the end of the service day, beginning Monday, Feb.23. Several routes will be impacted by the bridge closures and service changes, however, it is important to note that peak weekday commuting travel will not be impacted in any way.

    During the hours of the bridge closures, shuttle bus service will be provided in place of routes that normally travel across the Macdonald Bridge. Passengers travelling to Dartmouth will disembark at the Scotia Square Terminal and board a shuttle at the MetroLink bus stop. Dartmouth bound, the shuttle will also service stops along Gottingen Street as far as North Street. If the Macdonald Bridge is open to traffic - as it will be for the week of Feb. 23 to 28 - shuttle buses will travel the Macdonald Bridge, but in most cases, shuttle buses will travel the MacKay Bridge and passengers would disembark at the Highfield Terminal or Bridge Terminal in Dartmouth to continue their travels.

    For a list of affected routes and detailed Macdonald and MacKay bridge shuttle schedules, visitwww.halifax.ca/transit/bridgeredecking.php.

    Halifax Transit is also increasing service on the Alderney to Halifax ferry route beginning Mar.2 as an alternative to the bus shuttle for passengers. Weekday service will increase to 15 minutes after 6 p.m. until 11:45 p.m., and Sunday service will increase to begin service at 6:30 a.m. on a 30 minute frequency until 11:45 p.m.

    For complete details on Halifax Transit service adjustments related to the Macdonald Bridge re-decking project, visitwww.halifax.ca/transit/bridgeredecking.php.


  • 31 Dec 2014 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    The Directors of the GBBA look forward to see you all in 2015. 

  • 02 Dec 2014 12:45 PM | Anonymous

    Communications Nova Scotia Minister Andrew Younger and Agriculture Minister Keith Colwell will be launching a buy local campaign for the holiday season on December 3rd and we would love to see you there.

    Join us at noon at the Lost Cod Clothing Co. pop up shop, 5639 Spring Garden Road this Wednesday.  We will have “Share the Love” stickers and buttons that will be made available to local businesses and producers to hand out to customers over the holiday season.

    We recognize that small businesses and producers of food and other goods are an important part of our communities and our provincial economy. The holiday campaign is an opportunity to remind Nova Scotians of the benefits of shopping local, supporting local small businesses and local producers of food and other products.

    Select Nova Scotia recently expanded to include agriculture, small business and manufacturers. In the coming weeks, we’ll be in touch with your organization, inviting you to register to the selectnovascotia.ca site so that you can leverage upcoming buy local campaigns or promotions. 

  • 05 Nov 2014 10:10 AM | Anonymous

    November 12, 2014
    NEW: Doing Business in Ecuador Workshop

    Sector Focus: Multi-Sector
    For more information contact: Arturo Mena

    The Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and Nova Scotia Business Inc.  invite you to a workshop to learn about business opportunities and how to navigate the business culture in the growing market of Ecuador.

  • 06 Oct 2014 6:49 PM | Anonymous

    Join the conversation on linkedin with Halifax Chamber of Commerce.  Check out whats going on for Small Business Week

  • 02 Sep 2014 1:44 AM | Anonymous

     

    Don’t forget to add the code!

    10-digit dialing started Saturday, August 23

     

     

    Starting August 23, 10-digit dialing – the area code followed by the telephone number – will apply to all local communications in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.

  • 26 May 2014 8:57 AM | Anonymous

    In collaboration with the GBBA, Metro Transit is seeking a response to a survey regarding service in Burnside and Dartmouth Crossing. 

    Employers are asked to fill out the following survey via  

    http://tinyurl.com/metrotransitsurvey-EMPLOYERS 

    Employees are asked to fill out the following survey via

    http://tinyurl.com/metrotransitsurvey-EMPLOYEES

     

  • 06 May 2014 9:30 AM | Anonymous
    Saturday, May 10, 2014
  • 16 Apr 2014 11:41 AM | Anonymous

    All are welcome

    Women's Networking Event April 23 6pm to 8pm in support of Byrony House.

    Check it out by following this link.

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