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HALIFAX

This month, we’re giving one lucky rewards member flights for two to Halifax from Edmonton with Flair Airlines.

Has Halifax been on your bucket list for a while now? Take advantage of daily flights leaving Edmonton at 6:55 am, connecting in Hamilton and arriving in Halifax at 4:50 pm. On return, leave Halifax at 5:35 pm, connect in Hamilton and arrive back in Edmonton at 10:15 pm.

Book your flight with Flair Airlines today! See below for some great things to do in Halifax on your next trip.

Peggy’s Cove Coastal Region

You can’t visit Halifax without visiting one of Nova Scotia’s most popular tourist attractions, Peggy’s Cove! It is one of the most photographed lighthouses in Canada, even the world. It’s a place where you can relax in nature, with its scenic drives, famous lighthouses and coastal beaches.

Alexander Keith’s Brewery Tour

If you’re interested in history and beer, then Alexander Keith’s brewery tour should be added to your itinerary! You’ll learn about the company’s history, the brewing process and fill your belly with beer. All ages are welcome! So you don’t have to shy away if you have kids – they will be offered lemonade or iced tea.

Lobster and Seafood

No trip to the East Coast is complete without lobster and seafood! Recommended restaurants for lobster include Stubborn Goat Gastropub, The Shore Club, Murphy’s The Cable Wharf, The Five Fisherman and Ryer Lobsters Ltd.

Pier 21

Step back in time at the National Historic Site, Pier 21. It was the gateway to Canada for over one million immigrants between 1928 and 1971 and also served as the departure point for 500,000 Canadian Military personnel during the Second World War.

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic

Experience Canada’s rich naval history at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic. Walk aboard the only ship to survive WWI, WWII and the Halifax Explosion of 1917, the CSS Acadia. Immerse yourself in Canada and Halifax’s role in responding to the Titanic tragedy. And learn about the 1917 Halifax Explosion that devastated the city and shook the nation.

Hiking Trails

There is an abundance of trails throughout the Halifax region. Some favourites include Long Lake Provincial Park, Hemlock Ravine Park, Salt Marsh Trail, MacDonald Sports Park, Sir Sandford Fleming Park and Point Pleasant Park.

Patios Galore

Halifax is packed with summer patios! You can find many patios along the harbor, especially pop-up patios in the summer months. Popular watering holes include Bicycle Thief, Your Father’s Moustache, Stillwell and The Lower Deck.

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