Call to Action: Halifax Green Network Plan Progress Report

A Call for Action in Response to the Halifax Green Network Plan 2-Year Progress Report On February 12th, 2021 HRM’s two-year progress report for the Halifax Green Network Plan was publicly released in advance of being reviewed by HRM’s Community Planning...

Submission to the Regional Plan Review Process

Introduction and Background Our HRM Alliance is a coalition of 63 organizations across health, environment, trails, business, community growth, and transportation sectors advocating for a sustainable future through greenbelting and complete communities. The Alliance...

2020 Municipal Election Toolkit

Environment and the City Halifax Regional Municipality, along with all Nova Scotian municipalities, are holding municipal elections on October 17, 2020. The results of this 2020 election will set the tone of Halifax’s locallybased environmental action for the next...

A Call for Action in Response to the 2020/21 Municipal Budget Recast

Dear Mayor Savage and Halifax Council, Our HRM Alliance is a coalition of over 60 diverse groups across Halifax Regional Municipality advocating for a sustainable future through complete communities and greenbelting. Our HRM Alliance recognizes the challenging...

Akoma Support Letter

 To: Mayor Savage and Regional Council Dear Mayor Savage and Members of Halifax Regional Council, Our HRM Alliance is pleased to express our support for the Akoma Development Plans in their current form and in the requested zoning change by Akoma Holdings...

Halifax Green Network Plan User’s Guide

Why a Greenbelt? Between 1992 and 2014, Halifax nearly doubled in area but only grew in population by a fifth. To ensure continued access to nature, livable communities, and lower our tax burden we must control the sprawl of development. The solution is a greenbelt:...