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Spotlight on Summer Fun

There is no place quite like HRM in the summer! No matter where you are, there is an undeniable buzz of excitement, particularly around our upcoming civic events.

Planning and executing marquee events certainly doesn’t happen in isolation. It takes hard work and collaboration from municipal employees across all Business Units to ensure a successful event from start until finish. These events allow citizens from across the municipality to gather, celebrate and take pride in their communities, making HRM such an incredible place to work, live and play.

Check out a snapshot into just a few of these events. It is my sincere hope that your summer schedules will allow time for you and your families to enjoy these and other great activities happening in our region.

To celebrate Canada Day on Monday, July 1, there will be a series of free events and interactive celebrations, including Atlantic Canada’s largest free concert, held at Alderney Landing. The municipality’s annual fireworks show will once again take place above the Halifax Harbour. More information and a complete list of events happening across the municipality can be found here.

Some of our municipal employees celebrating at last year's Pride Parade

Join us in celebrating Nova Scotia’s 2SLGBTQ+ culture and history at the annual Halifax Pride Festival from July 18-28. Employees from across the organization are encouraged to walk with pride alongside the municipal float at the Pride Parade on Saturday, July 20. By helping us promote diversity and inclusion, you are improving our community and our workplace.

If you would like to participate or have any questions about the parade, please contact the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at diversity@halifax.ca.

The year-long countdown to the 2020 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) officially kicks off on July 12! Join us in Grand Parade for cultural performances and remarks from municipal and Indigenous dignitaries. Additionally, we will be welcoming youth athletes competing in the first-ever Atlantic Indigenous Games, taking place at St. Mary's University.

A collaboration between the municipality, the Government of Nova Scotia, the Government of Canada and Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey, NAIG will be the biggest multi-sport games in HRM's history, and will welcome over 5,000 participants from over 750 nations from across North America. Learn more about NAIG here.

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