Looking Out: Halifax, Nova Scotia’s ‘Jewel’ Of A Waterfront

BOSTON — If you’ve been to Halifax, Nova Scotia, then you’ve probably marveled at its waterfront.

Halifax’s waterfront, with its 3.8-kilometer long harbor walkway, is a “jewel” in the words of Canada’s general consul to New England, Neal LeBlanc. Unlike at the Boston waterfront, residents and tourists are treated to nearly unbroken views along the whole length.

We spoke with LeBlanc and asked him: What does Halifax’s harbor accomplish?

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  • Jamesmckinnon

    My family are from meteghan center nova scotia my grand dad built ships in meteghan river every summer as a kid I would spend 4 months in NS I have never seen any other place on earth as beautiful as NS.Know as a grown man I really miss NS and the love of the ocean I haven’t been up to Ns in over 10 years I’m due If you are looking for a nice relaxing vacation this is the place get in your car and head on up to the Evangaline trail old rt 1 hit the bed and breakfasts eat the best seafood in your life and give the two finger wave to the locals I miss my 2nd home Sincerly jim mckinnon the boy from the states

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