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Visitor Information


There are Nova Scotia Visitor Information Centres at 1655 Lower Water St. (424-4248) and the airport (873-1223). The provincial Check

Toll Bridges


The Angus L. Macdonald Bridge (known to locals as the “Old Bridge”) and the A. Murray MacKay Bridge (the “New

Rail & Bus Services


Acadian Lines (www.acadianbus.com) offers scheduled bus service throughout the Maritimes, with connections to Quebec and Maine: 1-800-567-5151. Via Rail (www.viarail.ca)



Many streets have metred parking (with time and date restrictions—check the signs). The colour atop the downtown metres indicates the

Metro Transit


$2.25 for adults, $1.50 for seniors/children. Free transfers between buses and ferries. The Halifax ferry terminal is at the foot

Interprovincial Ferries


Bay Ferries: Saint John, N.B., to Digby, N.S. (year-round): 1-888-249-7245. Northumberland Ferries Ltd.: Wood Islands, P.E.I., to Caribou, N.S. (May

Air Service

1 Bell Blvd. , Enfield

There are regular flights from Halifax Robert L. Stanfield International Airport to major North American and European destinations with connections
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