Fletchers Lake is a suburban community of the Halifax Regional Municipality in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Coordinates: 44°49′40.5″N63°36′42.2″W / 44.827917°N 63.611722°W
Mellish is a crater on Mars, located in the planet's southern hemisphere at 72.63°S 23.74°W. It measures 104.95 kilometers in diameter. The crater was named by IAU's Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature in 1994, after American amateur astronomer John E. Mellish from St. Charles in Illinois.
Mount Olivet Cemetery is a Roman Catholic cemetery located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada at which 19 bodies recovered from the RMS Titanic are buried.
CBAX-FM is a Canadian radio station, which broadcasts Radio-Canada's Ici Musique network at 91.5 FM in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was launched in 2002. CBAX's studios are located on Chebucto Road in Halifax, while its transmitter is located on Washmill Lake Drive in Clayton Park.
The Maritime Centre, in Downtown Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, is an office building, home to the regional telecommunications company Bell Aliant. The main entrance to the building sits on the prominent corner of Barrington Street and Spring Garden Road.
The Halifax Regional Municipality has a number of parks and recreation areas in urban and rural settings.
Route 322 is a collector road in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Route 318 is a collector road in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia.
Route 207 is a collector road in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. It is located in the Halifax Regional Municipality and connects Dartmouth to Porters Lake on the Eastern Shore.
Dollar Lake Provincial Park is a seasonal provincial park located in the Musquodoboit Valley area of the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada, in the community of Wyses Corner, 22 kilometres from the Halifax International Airport on the Old Guysborough Road.
CJLU-FM is a Canadian radio station, licensed to Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, and serving the Halifax Regional Municipality. CJLU has a repeater station in Wolfville at 88.3 FM with the call sign CJLU-FM-1.
The Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia is composed of more than 200 communities and neighbourhoods. As of the 2021 Census, the municipality has a landmass of 547,557 hectares and is home to 439,819 people.
Halifax was a provincial electoral district in Nova Scotia, Canada, that elected three, and then five members to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly. It existed from 1867 to 1933, at which point Halifax County was divided into five separate electoral districts: Halifax South, Halifax Centre, Halifax North, Halifax East and Halifax West.
Naval Radio Section Newport Corner is a Canadian Forces naval radio station located in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia. Founded in 1942, it is still in operation today but remotely controlled from CFB Halifax.
The BMW N63 is a twin-turbocharged V8 petrol engine which has been in production from 2008 to present. The N63 is the world's first production car engine to use a "hot-vee" layout, with the turbochargers located inside the "V" of the engine. It is also BMW's first turbocharged V8 engine.
Nova Scotia Archives is a governmental archival institution serving the Canadian province of Nova Scotia. The archives acquires, preserves and makes available the province's documentary heritage – recorded information of provincial significance created or accumulated by government and the private sector over the last 300 years.
There are many lakes named Rocky Lake in Nova Scotia, Canada.
The Black-Binney House was a former residence built in 1819 in Halifax, Nova Scotia which is now a National Historic Site of Canada. The house was built by John Black (merchant) and is reflective of the Palladian-inspired residences common during the late 18th and early 19th centuries in Eastern Canada. In 1857, Hibbert Binney subdivided the property to build the St. Matthew's United Church (Halifax). In 1965 Sidney Culverwell Oland purchased and renovated the building to house the Nova Scotia Division of the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires.