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gc web home2018 Game Changers Awards

Nine awards were presented on October 17, 2018 to deserving businesses, organizations and individuals. 

Check out the winners and nominees of the 2018 Game Changers Awards and watch the Impact video! 

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Halifax Index - Blog Photo (For Social)Halifax 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

Halifax’s predicted GDP growth rate is forecasted to outpace both national and provincial figures, averaging 1.7% between

Source: Conference Board of Canada
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Migration to Halifax remained high throughout 2016-2017 but fell shy of 2015-2016's banner numbers. Immigration continues to increase while emigration remains consistent. 

Source: Statistics Canada Table 17-10-0079-01

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Halifax's GDP grew by 1.7% in 2017, below both the national figures and most of the benchmark cities. 

The Business Confidence Index for Halifax reached an all-time high in 2018, marking the fourth straight year of gains.

 

Halifax Index 2018

Featured Business

Stewart McKelvey

Stewart McKelvey

This month, we talked to Lydia Bugden, CEO & Managing Partner at Stewart McKelvey, one of the largest law firms in Canada.  

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Events

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Events

The Halifax Partnership has partnered with the Conference Board of Canada and are pleased to invite you to attend the Atlantic Business Outlook 2018: Nova Scotia, taking place May 16, 2018 in Halifax.

Economic growth in Nova Scotia is expected to average 1 per cent annually in 2018 and 2019. International immigration has been exceptionally strong in recent years, and that has boosted the labour force numbers in Nova Scotia. However, an increasing number of people are leaving the workforce, so employment is not expected to grow much over the next few years.

Featuring the Conference Board’s Chief Economist, Craig Alexander, the Atlantic Business Outlook includes global, national, provincial and metropolitan perspectives. The outlook will provide business leaders and policy makers from across Nova Scotia with both a deep dive into the numbers and analysis of the factors underpinning the economy. The 2018 meeting will also discuss innovation in Nova Scotia and identify steps that can be taken to capitalize on existing innovation activities to build new opportunities.

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