Hop aboard the ferry, North America's longest running saltwater ferry, in fact, and cross the harbour to the Dartmouth side which is filled with more locally-owned shops, galleries, cafés, restaurants, and pubs.
A visit to Halifax is not complete without trying the fabled donair, the offical food of Halifax.
Literally put his finger over camera saying he could not see me. I googled name and found a Facebook page that only had about 8 friends. I never gave money and didn't trust him from the beginning especially when he told me he loved and missed me lol. He even sent a fake contract showing how he was working on a 1.75 million dollar job in Malaysia.
Ok this guy has been after me for months, but never asked for money until today.
Welcome to the QMJHL Arena & Travel Guide, the sister site of the OHL Arena & Travel Guide.
The sites are organized with all the WHL and extra stuff on the old OHL site, with this one being solely dedicated to the Q. français Beauport Harfangs: Aréna Marcel Bédard Cornwall Royals: Cornwall Civic Complex Cornwall Royals: Water Street Arena Drummondville Voltigeurs: Stade de la Cité des Jeunes Gatineau Olympiques: Scotiabank Place Granby Bisons: Arena Leonard Grondin Halifax Mooseheads: Halifax Forum Laval Titan: Colisée de Laval Lewiston Maineiacs: Cumberland County Civic Center Lewiston Maineiacs: Colisee Lewiston Longueuil Collège Français: Colisée Jean Béliveau Moncton Wildcats: Aitken Centre Moncton Wildcats: J.-Louis Levesque Arena Montreal Juniors: Paul Sauvé Arena Montreal Juniors: Verdun Auditorium Montreal Rocket: Maurice Richard Arena Montreal Rocket: Molson Centre Montreal Bleu, Blanc et Rouge: Montreal Forum Plattsburgh Pioneers: Ronald B.
“I firmly believe the villages I visited would most definitely benefit from a Rotary global grant because these are communities which are so really poor and needy,” said Mike whose visit took in various villages in the Mures region which he likened to a county in the middle of Romania.“For them a global grant would be worth tens of thousands of pounds which could help these people enormously and I now hope to pursue through my own club as well as the district.” Mike was accompanied on his visit by Shropshire fire fighters who are involved in several community projects in the Mures region and which Shrewsbury Severn Rotary has already supported as a club.The club has already donated approximately £3,000 to the Mures region of Romania which includes the purchase of a Ford Ranger fire truck which he was pleased to see started first time and was well maintained.Mike took with him a considerable number of teddy bears for children of mothers being temporarily housed in a refuge which Shrewsbury Severn Rotary Club has supported.“The refuge only provides temporary accommodation for these women, some as young as 13, with their child, and once they leave the refuge the children no longer have any toys.The league and clubs do not contribute to this site in any way.