View of Halifax's popular downtown entertainment district
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Have a sneak peek into the rigorous preparations that Sam undergoes for Groundhog Day.
View from the Aqua Vista at King's Wharf towards the entrance to Halifax Harbour with McNabs and Georges Island in the background
Merlin is particularly fond of green grapes, peanuts, carrots, walnuts and yes, even crackers! He joined the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic during a Pets at Sea event in 2006.
This camera is located about 30 minutes south of Halifax. View from Bald Rock towards Crystal Crescent Beach and Sambro.
View in westerly direction from The Admiral Long Term Care Centre towards Prince Albert Road, Highway 111 and Mic Mac Mall.
View from Melville Heights Retirement Residences towards Northwest Arm with Armdale Yacht Club.
View from the Armdale Professional Center towards Rotary and Northwest Arm with Dingle Tower in the background.
The Nova Centre is the largest integrated development project undertaken in Nova Scotia’s history. The new convention centre is just one element of the Nova Centre.
Live camera from the Emera Oval courtesy of Halifax Regional Municipality.
View from Murphys Cable Wharf in northerly direction towards Ferry Terminal. Home of Theodore Tugboat.
View from The Cable Wharf towards Tall Ship Silva at Queens Wharf and Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in the background.
View from the roof of the Maritime Museum in various directions.
View from Visitor Information Center towards Maritime Museum of the Atlantic and Cable Wharf.
A new urban beach area to enjoy on the Halifax waterfront at the foot of Salter Street.
View from the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel towards Bishops Landing and Halifax Waterfront.
View from the Westin Nova Scotian Hotel to Georges Island, Port Authority, Seaport Farmers Market, Pier 21-22 and McNabs Island.
Watch the traffic on the A. Murray MacKay Bridge and ship traffic into Bedford Basin.
View from the Aqua Vista at King's Wharf towards Macdonald Bridge.
View from the Aqua Vista at King's Wharf towards the waterfront of Halifax: Ocean terminal, Pier 21, Boardwalk with Cable Wharf, Purdys Wharf and Casino Nova Scotia.