Halifax convention centre will spur economic growth, premier says
The Nova Scotia government intends to spend $163.5 million over 25 years to help build and maintain a convention centre complex in Halifax, a project the premier says would restart economic growth in a city that hasn’t seen a major downtown tower built in two decades.
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