Oct. 3-4th, 2017 - Core Energy Conference 2017
- Visitor InformationHALIFAX
Located on Canada’s east coast, Halifax is the capital of Nova Scotia as well as a booming port city and home to the world’s second largest natural harbour. Founded in 1749, Halifax’s historic charm can be felt while walking through the cobblestone streets of the world-famous Historic Properties and along the boardwalk that frames the bustling yet scenic waterfront.
Haligonians are known for their friendly demeanor and for always lending a helping hand.
The specific location of the conference, Pier 21, is one of Halifax’s most treasured historic gems. Pier 21 is where hundreds of thousands of people arrived to begin new lives in Canada. It is now home to the Canadian Museum of Immigration and shares the stories of those who travelled through its doors many years ago.
The Port of Halifax largely contributes to economic activity in Nova Scotia and is a gateway for trade between North America and the rest of the world. The Halifax Gateway is responsible for the movement of goods and people associated with the energy sector in Atlantic Canada. They move and store biomass, windmill parts, tidal turbines, hydro-electric equipment and transmission towers. According to the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council, energy projects account for $57 billion of the region’s major project activity.
Originally built in October 1928, the Lord Nelson Hotel is a legendary landmark in downtown Halifax located at the corner of Spring Garden Road and South Park Street across from the beautiful Public Gardens.
As Halifax’s most historic hotel, The Lord Nelson is the first choice for corporate events, international conferences, wedding receptions and dinners. The hotel’s elegance, charm and Maritime hospitality attracts guests from around the world, including royalty, politicians and celebrities.
We are pleased to offer Classic rooms at $179.00 based on single/double occupancy, plus 2% Levy and 15 % HST tax. Rooms are available online until August 25th, 2017, subject to availability of Classic rooms. After this date, please contact the reservations department directly at 1-800-565-2020 or (902) 423-5130 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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