DID YOU KNOW . . .

50% of people in the North End walk or bike to work, meaning the North End Halifax is one of the highest areas in Halifax for foot traffic.

According to 2016 Census

Home to Pride, Mi’kmaq Native Cultural Centre and the Black Educators Society.

Diversity as a Foudation

The number of people crossing the Macdonald Bridge has decreased through the project but before the project the average number of crossings on the Macdonald Bridge was around 40,000. This is an average weekday

Across the Bridge and Through the Norhthend

The tree-lined streets and way-cool pubs make this a desirable neighbourhood for those wishing to combine contemporary urban allure with the relaxed pace of Atlantic Canada living.

Huffington Post

Walk Score calls North End Halifax a Walkers and Bikers Paradise — meaning everything you need in life you can find right here.

Hip-hop, jazz, pop, punk, metal, folk and rock — North End Halifax is where Music thrives and diversity lives.

Socan calls Upper Harbour, Halifax (a.k.a. North End Halifax) the most successful songwriting and composing region in Nova Scotia

Here’s something worth singing about

North End Halifax’s “urban allure” and “relaxed pace” of living make it one of Canada’s 10 Hottest Neighbourhoods to Call Home

Huffington Post

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