Talk:Spring Garden, Halifax

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January 2005[edit]

Hi, I am thinking about merging the Spring Garden, Halifax info into the Halifax, Nova Scotia article. What do you think ? Would you let me do that ? Regards. Gtabary 10:20, 12 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Panhandlers[edit]

I am not too sure about the comment at the end of the first paragraph and whether it is completely fair to say! I find that it is extremely biased and rude to say "Despite the Panhandlers Spring Garden Road remains one of the trendiest streets in Halifax".

I don't know it just doesn't sit well on me and I don't know exactly how to deal with it appropriately, other than deleting it completely.

Busiest shopping district east of Montreal?[edit]

I'm not very comfortable with this statement. I certainly think Old Quebec City is busier, especially during the summer months. I suggest reverting to calling Spring Garden the busiest in Atlantic Canada.

More at gardening — Preceding unsigned comment added by Wsiebler (talkcontribs) 04:39, 14 April 2011 (UTC)