• 2018 Christmas Daddies Colouring Contest

    Get your crayons & colouring pencils ready! You could win a $25 Gift Card from Giant Tiger! Visit a participating Giant Tiger location in the Maritimes and request a Christmas Daddies 2018 Calendar Design Contest Entry Form or download and print from the link below
  • Neptune Theatre - Once

    Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street - Halifax
    Tuesday, April 4, 2017 to Sunday, May 28, 2017 Stage adaptation based on the 2007 film by John Carney Music and lyrics by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová Book written by Enda Walsh His music needed one thing. Her. Guy meets Girl in the smash-hit, multi-award winning musical, ONCE, winner of 8 Tony Awards® including Best Musical. ONCE is a truly original Broadway experience. Join us for a pint on set! The set is actually a working bar, so you’ll not only experience a musical with scads of awards, but you’ll also be able to mosey up on stage and share a pint.
  • Investors Group Stars on Ice Presented by Lindt

    Scotiabank Centre
    North America's Premiere Figure Skating Tour. Olympic stars & Legends headline the 2017 tour! Meet the skaters after the show - Meet and Greet passes on sale now!
  • O Can Ya' Sing? Presented by Scotiabank Centre

    For the first time ever, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday, the Canadian National Anthem will be performed before the races at the Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon. We are looking for 3-4 lucky contestants to come out and audition to be a part of history!* All ages welcome! Come as you are or come as a group! Spectators welcomed and encouraged to come and join in on the fun!
  • McHAPPY DAY

    Visit any of the 1,400 McDonald’s restaurants from coast-to-coast on MAY 3RD to give back!
    On McHappy Day, a SMALL PURCHASE makes a BIG DIFFERENCE in the lives of thousands of families with a sick child. $1 from every Big Mac® sandwich, Happy Meal®, and hot McCafé® beverage sold in McDonald’s restaurants will go to RONALD McDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES CANADA® (RMHC® Canada) and local children’s charities across Canada.
  • Neptune Theatre - Art

    Neptune Theatre, 1593 Argyle Street - Halifax
    Tuesday, May 9, 2017 to Sunday, June 4, 2017 What’s a little art between friends. From the French playwright behind God of Carnage is the 1998 Tony Award winner for Best Play that poses the question ‘what is art?’ After Serge buys a large, expensive all-white painting, Marc is horrified to discover it isn’t a joke. The divisive piece strains their friendship, with Yvan caught in the middle trying to please both with his opinion. This clever comedy will make you laugh with an air of sophistication.
  • Jim Gaffigan: Noble Ape

    Scotiabank Centre
    FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, COMEDY SUPERSTAR JIM GAFFIGAN COMES to Halifax! Tickets on sale Friday, March 3 at NOON Gaffigan, a Grammy nominated comedian, New York Times best-selling author, top touring performer, and multi-platinum-selling father of five, will perform in Halifax for the time ever on Friday, May 12 at 7:30 PM at the Scotiabank Centre. Tickets: $45.50, $55.50, $65.50 and a limited amount at $85.50 (taxes included + service charges)
  • Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon

    Known as ‘the people’s marathon’, the Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon event welcomes all ages, abilities and fitness levels. With the help of 1,400 volunteers, there are six running events (5KM, 10KM, half marathon, full marathon, marathon team relay, youth run-4KM and 2KM). There is also an Active Living Expo that span two days with 70 vendors and more than 80 booths. Over 80 local charities raise more than half a million dollars annually through the Scotiabank Charity Challenge.
  • Aboriginal Day Live

    Halifax Commons
    Aboriginal Day Live, an annual celebration of Canada’s National Aboriginal Day and the summer solstice, has been delighting audiences since 2007. The event features some of the most accomplished Aboriginal musicians, including award-winning and up-and-coming artists; it showcases talent from all genres, regions and nations; and ensures the recognition and inclusion of all First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples.