Citadel High School Auditorium
Assistance to provide auditorium for civic and cultural events.
Ship St. Roche
Plaque recognizing its accomplishments, placed on Dartmouth Waterfront.
Old Burying Ground
Preservation of historic gravestones.
Princess Louise Fusiliers
Provision of colours.
Enhancement of patio for residents.
Replacement of beds and mattresses.
Adsum Association for Women and Children
Assistance with preservation of historic site.
The Sir Samuel Cunard Memorial
The BellaRose Centre for the Arts
(formerly Theatre Halifax): The Foundation sponsored a wall in the foyer of the Centre at 283 Thomas Raddall Drive, to serve as a space for local artists to display their work.
Metro Turning Point Centre
The Foundation provided funding for the purchase of laundry equipment for the use of the clients of the Centre.
A Water Fountain at Sullivan’s Pond in Historic Downtown Dartmouth
This significant water feature enhances the treasured and historic Sullivan’s Pond and is a major focal point of the Sullivan’s Pond Park.
Tree Lighting Project at the Grand Parade
A major contribution was made to this downtown Halifax beautification project, to highlight the historic space outside Halifax City Hall at the Grand Parade.
Halifax Explosion Memorial Book
Funds were provided to undertake the research necessary to properly identify the victims of the 1917 Halifax Explosion and to compile this information in a Memorial Book. This book now resides, and is suitable displayed, in the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic.
Victoria Park project
This project contributed to the restoration and installation of lighting in the historic Victoria Park, across from the Public Gardens in downtown Halifax.
Sackville Rivers Association
This provided funding to assist with the restoration of a section of the Sackville River as part of the ongoing work of the Sackville Rivers Association.
Oyster Pond Walk
Funding was provided to assist with the development of a Nature Trail in the Oyster Pond area of the Eastern Shore.
Waterfront Development Improvement
A grant was made to assist with the erection of benches along the waterfront on the Halifax side of the harbour.
Markers of Distinction
This extensive project saw the installation of a series of unique enamelled descriptive plaques mounted on natural quarried stone markers, throughout Halifax Regional Municipality. Each marker is dedicated to describing and commemorating various events, people and places, which shaped the heritage of the many communities within HRM.
Community Tree Planting
The Halifax Foundation facilitated the planting of 500 maple saplings throughout Metro, in 1999-
City Hall Clocks
The Foundation installed chimes in the City Hall tower to mark the 1995 G-
Relocation of the historic Dockyard Clock Tower
This project involved the coordination of the move, and installation, of this historic clock, which was a gift from the Navy. It was relocated to Chebucto Landing, the founding site of Halifax, on the waterfront near the Ferry Terminal.
Canadian Immigration Heritage Centre
The Foundation made a substantial capital contribution to the development of the Centre at Pier 21 on the Halifax Waterfront.
New Colours for the 78th Highlanders
New Queen’s and Regimental Colours were provided for the historic 78th Highland Regiment at the Citadel.
The Discovery Centre
Seed funding was provided for the establishment of the Discovery Centre.
Funds were donated for the provision of amenities at the Northwood Care Bedford West location
The QE 2 Eye Care Clinic:
Assistance was provided for the funding of a highly efficient piece of diagnostic equipment, the Spectralis OCT machine
Relocation of the Sir Samuel Cunard Memorial statue:
The statue of Sir Samuel Cunard, formerly located near the most northerly cruise ship terminal, has been moved by the Foundation, to a more suitable location near the Cunard Centre. It is now in a open, parklike area, with a view toward the harbour and Georges Island
Illumination of the Cunard Memorial:
Funds have recently been provided by the Foundation for the provision of appropriate illumination for the statue, in its new setting, now a much-
The Cunard Centre:
The name “Cunard Centre” was chosen by the Halifax Port Authority, as a direct result of the Foundation’s undertaking to erect a monument to Sir Samuel Cunard and have it located on the waterfront. The statue now stands in close proximity to the Cunard Centre.
Metro Non Profit Housing
Assistance with the repair of the historic exterior elements of Morris House, the fourth oldest building in Halifax
Assistance with the acquisition of equipment for the treatment of addicted persons
Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority
Assistance with the replacement of playground equipment for handicapped children
Assistance with the repair of this historic building
Purchase of a historic painting to be displayed at Province House
HSB Monument Society
Assistance with the erection of a monument to mark the former site of the Halifax School for the Blind
Holy Cross Cemetery
Assistance with the preservation of historic elements of the graveyard
Friends of the Public Gardens
Assistance with the restoration of the Band Stand and Fountain
Friends of McNab’s Island
Assistance with the rebuilding of trails and associated markers and benches
St. Margaret’s Bay Stewardship Association
Assistance with the repair of a historic community building
St. Paul’s Church
Purchase of a historic statue of St. Paul to be displayed in the Church