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Robyn Webb 16h
More and more young people are finding work in – both the overall unemployment rate & the unemployment rate for young people ages 15-24 fell in 2018. Learn about employment in the at
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Charlene 🦔 Boyce Jun 17
A series of slides showing that different generations adopt technology at different rates does not strike me as interesting or useful. How about urban/rural divide? Compare us to other cities? index
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MJ Doucette Jun 17
“Nova Scotia is now a net importer of young people” - I’m here at the and learning about the progress we’re having in retaining our talent
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David Pan Jun 17
Thanks for great event this morning and share the great story that Halifax made during 2018/2019. The data is amazing, we have bigger population, more jobs, people is moving here, great business opportunities. Love to be a part of this city. 👏👏
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Arlene MacAskill Jun 17
“Let’s stop stupid” - guiding mantra. Thanks Jordi!
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Charlene 🦔 Boyce Jun 17
Ian Munro marrying stand up and economics to (mostly!) good effect. Seriously, if Eastlink were to make a local cable version of the Daily Show, he’s a shoe-in for a regular appearance.
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tapnbe Jun 17
Tapnbe is very interested in how Halifax doing economically and interested in contributing to keeping Halifax on the cutting edge by creating "Smart Places" in this Smart City.
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Sarah B. MacDonald Jun 17
We need to work on ways to make sure Halifax is a great place to live. Mr. Munro, Chief Economist, explains some low points by timing of survey (why is that the case anyway?) I see a huge opportunity for non profit and government to collaborate and fix this trend.
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HΛLIFΛX EXΛMINER 💎 Jun 17
Buyin the shitty cheese slices feels good when you do it but it feels bad later
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Sarah B. MacDonald Jun 17
Interesting notes so far - GDP and talent is rising - including young people! Commercial rental rates downtown and perceptions of getting around the city are both worsening significantly. Solution: Good Transit? Just my guess.
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Sobey School @ SMU Jun 17
Great news for students: job vacancy rate is rising.
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Arlene MacAskill Jun 17
Office space availability in Halifax is on the rise. Setting up shop looks more attractive!
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Sobey School @ SMU Jun 17
The regulatory environment in Halifax, sentiments from business. Some argue that having this near 50% is probably about right, allowing for govt to play an active role in healthy, safe, sustainable workplaces. What do you think?
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Halifax Partnership Jul 1
For the first time since 2009, Halifax saw its labour force participation rate increase, reaching 68.1% after a low of 67.1% the previous year. That's 8,000 more people in the labour force Read about employment and demographics in the at .
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Sofia Ortega Jun 17
Full house during the presentation of Halifax Index 2019
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Brain Repair Centre Jun 17
It was a busy morning in Halifax, starting with the Halifax Index Launch . 'Is Halifax on the Cutting Edge' was the question? What do you think the answer was?
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Jackie Jun 17
me, trying to find a piece of data to give more reason to make Burnside and other industrial parks more active transportation friendly..
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Ruth Cunningham Jun 21
“Halifax Innovation District is a five-kilometre, technology-dense area where start-ups like Proposify and other technology think-tanks have created a start-up ecosystem” Read why startups & entrepreneurs are saying has fertile soil
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Christina Brock Jun 19
This week, we launched the 8th annual Index – check out what our economists found about people, economy and quality of place. To download a full copy of the 2019 Halifax Index, visit .
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Trendsmap Halifax Jun 17
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