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Halifax Regional Municipality from Wiki

The urban area of Halifax Regional Municipality is a major economic centre in eastern Canada with a large concentration of government services and private sector companies. Halifax serves as the business, banking, government and cultural centre for the Maritime region. Major employers and economic generators include the Department of National Defence, as well as the Port of Halifax and Irving Shipbuilding Inc. The municipality has a growing concentration of manufacturing industries and is becoming a major multi-modal transportation hub through growth at the port, the Halifax Stanfield International Airport, and improving rail and highway connections. A real estate boom in recent years has led to numerous new property developments, including the gentrification of some former working-class areas.

Agriculture, fishing, mining, forestry and natural gas extraction are major resource industries found in the rural areas of HRM. HRM's largest agricultural district is in the Musquodoboit Valley; the total number of farms in HRM is 150, of which 110 are family-owned. Fishing harbours are located along all coastal areas with some having an independent harbour authority, and others being managed as small craft harbours under the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans.

Other resource industries in HRM include the natural gas fields off the coast of Sable Island, as well as clay, shale, gold, limestone, and gypsum extraction in rural areas of the mainland portion of the municipality.

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Also From Wikipedia

Halifax (demonym Haligonian), commonly refers to

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Halifax (United Kingdom bank)

Halifax may also refer to:

Halifax Bay, North Queensland
Halifax, Queensland


British Columbia

Halifax Range, a mountain range

Nova Scotia

Halifax Regional Municipality, capital of Nova Scotia, established in 1996, which includes:
Halifax (former city), the city until 1996
Halifax County, Nova Scotia, the county until 1996
Mainland Halifax, a region of the Municipality
Halifax Peninsula, part of the core of the Municipality
Downtown Halifax
Metropolitan Halifax, urban part of the Municipality
West End, Halifax
North End, Halifax
South End, Halifax

Halifax (electoral district), a federal electoral district since Confederation
Halifax West, a federal electoral district since 1979

Prince Edward Island

Halifax Parish, Prince Edward Island

United Kingdom

Halifax, West Yorkshire, England
Halifax (UK Parliament constituency)

United States

Halifax, Massachusetts, in Plymouth County
Halifax (MBTA station)
Halifax, North Carolina
Halifax County, North Carolina
Halifax, Pennsylvania, a borough in Dauphin County
Halifax Township, Pennsylvania, in Dauphin County
Halifax, Vermont, in Windham County
Halifax, Virginia
Halifax County, Virginia (named for George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax)
Halifax River, in Florida (named for George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax)
Halifax area, in Florida


Halifax (Irish bank), part of the Lloyds Banking Group
Halifax (United Kingdom bank), part of the Lloyds Banking Group

Music and television

Halifax f.p., an Australian television drama series
Halifax (band), an American rock band
The Halifax III, a 1960s Canadian folk music band


Halifax Regiment (Duke of Wellington's)
Handley Page Halifax, a British 4-engine heavy bomber of World War II
Halifax-class frigate, of the Canadian Navy
HMCS Halifax, the name of two Canadian naval vessels
HMCS Halifax (FFH 330), the lead ship of the Halifax class
HMCS Halifax (K237), a World War II Flower class corvette for convoy escort duties
HMS Halifax, the name of several Royal Navy ships
HMS Halifax (1756), a 22-gun sloop launched in 1756 and captured by the French in the same year at Oswego
HMS Halifax (1768), a 10-gun schooner originally built for merchant service at Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1765. Purchased in 1768 by the British Royal Navy and wrecked in 1775
HMS Halifax (1775), a schooner purchased in 1775 and sold 1780
HMS Halifax (1780), an 18-gun sloop, originally USS Ranger, *renamed after the ship was captured from the United States Navy on 11 May 1780, and sold in 1781
HMS Halifax (1782), a 10-gun schooner purchased in 1782 and sold in 1784
HMS Halifax (1806), an 18-gun sloop launched in 1806 at Halifax, Nova Scotia and broken up in 1814


William Halifax, Lord Stirling (1786–1871)
Joan Halifax (born 1942), Zen Buddhist roshi


Marquess of Halifax, a British title created once
George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax (1633–1695)
William Savile, 2nd Marquess of Halifax (1665-1700)
Earl of Halifax, a British title created four times and held by, among others:
Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax (1661–1715)
George Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax (1685–1739)
George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax (1716–1771)
Charles Wood, 1st Viscount Halifax (1800–1885)
Charles Wood, 2nd Viscount Halifax (1839–1934)
E. F. L. Wood, 1st Earl of Halifax (1881–1959) (created Earl of Halifax in 1944)
Charles Wood, 2nd Earl of Halifax (1912–1980)
Charles Wood, 3rd Earl of Halifax (1944- )


John Halifax, central character of John Halifax, Gentleman, 1856 novel


Halifax RLFC, a rugby league club
F.C. Halifax Town, a football club
Halifax Town A.F.C., was an English football club, prior to 2009
Halifax Mooseheads a QMJHL team


Halifax College, a college of the University of York, England
Halifax Explosion, an explosion that leveled a large portion of Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1917 caused by a collision between two ships
Halifax Gibbet, an early guillotine used to enforce the Halifax Gibbet Law
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