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67 Mica Crescent, halifax, Nova Scotia

67 Mica Crescent

Halifax, Nova Scotia

4 Bedroom 4 Bathroom
Sutton Group Professional Realty - A549
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104 159 Farnham Gate Road, halifax, Nova Scotia

104 159 Farnham Gate Road

Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
Royal LePage Atlantic
For sale $649,900
3023 Oxford Street, halifax, Nova Scotia

3023 Oxford Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia

3 Bedroom 3 Bathroom
Domus Realty Limited
For sale $584,900
48 Gorsebud Close, halifax, Nova Scotia

48 Gorsebud Close

Halifax, Nova Scotia

5 Bedroom 4 Bathroom
East Coast Realty Ltd.
For sale $549,900
3251 Union Street, halifax, Nova Scotia

3251 Union Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia

3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
Royal LePage Atlantic
For sale $489,000
508 5530 Artillery Place, halifax, Nova Scotia

508 5530 Artillery Place

Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
Royal LePage Atlantic
For sale $214,900
706 5959 Spring Garden Road, halifax, Nova Scotia

706 5959 Spring Garden Road

Halifax, Nova Scotia

1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Royal LePage Atlantic
For sale $319,000
700 200 Crown Drive, halifax, Nova Scotia

700 200 Crown Drive

Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
Royal LePage Atlantic (Dartmouth)
For sale $369,000
4 1061 South Park Street, halifax, Nova Scotia

4 1061 South Park Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Bedroom 1 Bathroom
Red And White Realty Ns Inc. (Truro)
For sale $399,900
47 SUSSEX Street, halifax, Nova Scotia

47 Sussex Street

Halifax, Nova Scotia

3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
RE/MAX Nova
For sale $560,000
502 5530 Artillery Place, halifax, Nova Scotia

502 5530 Artillery Place

Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
Royal LePage Atlantic
For sale $449,900
16 Rocklyn Road, halifax, Nova Scotia

16 Rocklyn Road

Halifax, Nova Scotia

2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom
Royal LePage Anchor Realty
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Canadian Forces Base Halifax (CFB Halifax)

Current status

HMC Dockyard Halifax is located on the western side of Halifax Harbour at the southern end of The Narrows. It hosts the headquarters of Maritime Forces Atlantic (MARLANT), the formal name for the Atlantic Fleet. HMC Dockyard Halifax contains berths for Canadian and foreign warships, Formation Supply Facility, Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott, shore-based training facilities as well as operations buildings for MARLANT and other organizations such as Joint Rescue Coordination Centre Halifax (JRCC Halifax).

HMC Dockyard Halifax also has an adjunct facility directly across the harbour on the Dartmouth shoreline with jetties and various buildings, including Defence Research and Development Canada – Atlantic.

HMC Dockyard Halifax maintains exclusive control of several anchorage areas within the limits of Halifax Harbour and prevents civilian vessels from sailing in the vicinity of military facilities; a floating force protection boom system was constructed to prevent small vessels from unauthorized passage near warships and pierside facilities.

The original Naval Yard clock has been restored and moved to the Halifax Ferry Terminal entrance while the original Naval Yard bell is preserved at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax, a museum which also features a large diorama depicting the Naval Yard in 1813 at its height in the Age of Sail. The dockyard was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1923, while Admiralty House was designated a National Historic Site in 1978.

Stadacona

Stadacona, referred to as HMCS Stadacona before 1968 and frequently referred to as “Stad”, is an adjunct to HMC Dockyard located west of the waterfront in the North End of the Halifax peninsula. Prior to the arrival of the French, the location that would become Quebec was the home of a small Iroquois village called “Stadacona”, after which the base is named.

Stadacona contains the Canadian Forces Naval Engineering School (with facilities at Herring Cove/York Redoubt, south of Halifax), the Canadian Forces Naval Operations School, the base hospital, the Canadian Forces Maritime Warfare Centre, and various messes. Stadacona is also home to the headquarters of 5th Canadian Division and the Maritime Command Museum.

Stadacona was built as the British Army’s Wellington Barracks, later known as the Nelson Barracks, as part of the Halifax Defence Complex. The British military forces departed from Canada in 1906. During the Second World War, the Royal Canadian Navy appropriated the site from the army and it was transformed into HMCS Stadacona.

 

Source: Wikipedia Canada

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