The Halifax market is one of the best markets in the province, according to the latest numbers.
Market hours were posted on Tuesday.
Market workers, farmers and even a few traders from the city’s grocery store were in the market.
There were plenty of shoppers who were able to find out what the market was like, and some who were looking for a quick fix.
The market opened at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, with the best of the morning traffic going down the street.
In the afternoon, it was bustling with traffic, and at lunchtime, shoppers were milling about in the busy market.
It was a busy day for shoppers, as there were two major events happening at once.
Halifax has been the epicenter of the ongoing global economic crisis.
It was a big selloff during the first day of the market, with stocks selling off around the world.
A second event happened later that afternoon, when a number of retailers, including Loblaw, started pulling their advertising from the market on social media.
By the time the market closed, stocks had fallen by nearly 50 per cent.
As of Wednesday morning, the market had fallen another 50 per Cent, and the market seems to be in a free fall.
If you want to know how the market is doing at any given moment, the official market site is the Halifax Stock Exchange, which is operated by the Nova Scotia Government.
Here’s how the stock market looks in the Greater Toronto Area, based on the latest market data.
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