Halifax, CBRM unveil shelter plans ahead of Hurricane Fiona's arrival

People living rough in HRM able to shelter starting Friday at 4 p.m.; CBRM plans pre-storm shelters

CBC NewsAnjuli Patil

The Halifax Regional Municipality and the Cape Breton Regional Municipality have revealed plans to help vulnerable people ride out Hurricane Fiona, a major storm headed toward the province.

During a press briefing on Wednesday, the Mayor Mike Savage said the Dartmouth East Community Centre, along with Beacon House and the Church of St. Elizabeth Seton in Lower Sackville, N.S., would be open to offer shelter and food to unhoused people.

Savage said transportation would also be provided if people n…


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CBC NewsAnjuli Patil, Posted: Sep 22, 2022 4:55 PM AT | Last Updated: 20 minutes ago
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