Every community has them; they’re the people, places, events and local wonders you can’t find anywhere else that put a smile on our faces and make us feel proud about where we live.
Today, as part of our SunnySide series, Metro is calling on the people of Halifax to help us celebrate what makes living in our city so special: The people, places, events, architecture — you name it — that seem to take those worries away.
We want you to submit the names of the people and things that set Halifax apart, and — especially in these trying economic times — do their part to make you feel good about being a Haligonian.
Submit your suggestions on who and what deserves recognition, and we’ll share these inspiring stories with readers in our city, and with Metro’s 1.1 million readers across Canada.
So get writing, emailing, commenting and tweeting your SunnySide suggestions to
firstname.lastname@example.org, metronews.ca, or on Twitter @metrohalifax.
We’ll highlight the top five people and “things” in Metro, and give them the recognition you think they deserve.
It’s time for you to tell the rest of Canada — and your neighbours down the street — what makes Halifax so unique and a great place to live.