My Hometown: Halifax (1/5)

When I first moved to Halifax almost two years ago, I soon realized that I'd never lived in a friendlier place.

Big city with a small-town feel

Big city with a small-town feel

A Newfie once told me that Maritimers were so generous “they’d give you their backside and never sit down again.” As silly as that sounds, it’s true. Halifax might be the biggest city in the Maritimes, but the generous-spirited people make it feel like a small town.

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