Halifax, New Scotland’s capital city is one of Canada’s provinces. Halifax Regional Municipality in 1996, combined with the surrounding smaller cities (Halifax Regional Municipality, or HRM for short) was officially established and named the city as of this date. The city has a population of 372.679 in 2006 and carries the title of being the largest city in this state, the Atlantic provinces.
Haligonians called the people living in Halifax.
Public institutions and private sector firms in the intensification of the residential area in Halifax, Canada HRM’yi East has become the economic center. Its postcode is in the capital city’s government and state institutions, the National Defense Department (the Department of National Defense) and the Halifax Port (Port of Halifax) as well as one of the driving forces that led to major employers and the city’s economy.
Coast of the city’s climate is largely influenced by the Atlantic Ocean. Generally softer than the air in the city in Central Canada, temperatures (Although there are important exceptions) inland ranges between -15 ° C to 35 ° C, denizelliğin winters and cool summers also has a softer etikisiyle shores.
Many universities in the city, also indicates that HRM’nin Eastern Canada’s university center. City, Dalhousie University (Dalhousie University), Saint Mary’s University (Saint Mary’s University), Mount Saint Vincent University (Mount Saint Vincent University), King’s College, University (University of King’s College), Atlantic Theology School (Atlantic School of Theology), NSCAD University (NSCAD University) and the University of Sainte-Anne (Université Sainte-Anne) are Halifax campus.