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John Rogers - For web homeThe Halifax Partnership  Board of Directors has named John Rogers as interim President & CEO

“John is an accomplished and widely-respected business leader who is passionate about Halifax, and who is committed... Read the media release.

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Halifax Index 2018 - Web HomepageHalifax Index 2018

The Halifax Index features a numerical snapshot of the past year, including the Economic Growth Plan 2016-21 checklist. The Index has a new look and depth as well. View and download the Halifax Index 2018.

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Sell-Halifax-Homepage-ImageSell Halifax Program

Halifax provides the TLC needed for your business' success: Talent, Location and Cost.  View and Download the Sell Halifax Toolkit. 

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Economic Snapshot

Real GDP Level & Annual Growth 2016, CMA's, $2007 Chained Millions
Source: Conference Board of Canada

GDP level and annual growth

Real GDP per Capita Level & Annual Growth 2016, CMA's, $2007 (CM)
Source: Conference Board of Canada

GDP growth per capita and annual growth

GDP
Growth

Halifax had another strong year for GDP growth in 2016. The Conference Board of Canada (CBoC) estimated the city's real GDP grew to $18.6 billion in 2016, an increase of 2.2%.

 

2017 Halifax Index

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Dalhousie

As Dalhousie celebrates their 200th anniversary, we talked to Dr. Richard Florizone, President and Vice Chancellor.  

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Events


11-Aug-2018, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Halifax

Join us in celebrating the protection of a new urban wildland. The new property protects important freshwater and wildlife habitats.

Industry News

A Pulse-Check on the Halifax Economy

July 16, 2018

The seventh edition of the Halifax Index – a definitive report on Halifax’s economic and community progress – was launched in June to over 200 people at the new Nova Centre. In terms of high-level goals, we continue to see positive progress in labour force and GDP growth, although we currently are not on track to reach the aggressive targets set out in Halifax’s Economic Growth Plan 2016-21.

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