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

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The waterfront in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Courtesy of the Nova Scotia Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage)
The waterfront in Halifax, Nova Scotia (Courtesy of the Nova Scotia Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage)

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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