Here is just some of the sprawl Dartmouth now subsidizes, outside the white lines of our city limits.The bright red represents construction from 2010-2016, deeper red is 2000-2010 – post amalgamation growth. There’s a reason Dartmouth stayed afloat as a municipality. We were relatively well …

Sprawl Central More…

Turner Drake & Partners: 2017 (https://www.turnerdrake.com/MediaCentre/attachments/90.pdf) “Today, as office vacancy rises and market values fall in Halifax’s Central Business District, HRM (Halifax Regional Municipality) continues to gouge landlords and tenants. Realty taxes per square foot continue to rise, forcing landlords already fighting to retain tenants, …

Rising Taxes meet Market Meltdown More…

We’ll go further: Is it possible the real reason for creating a single, illegitimate amalgamated municipal government was to prevent a progressive urban agenda? 🤔😂 Transport, housing, health care: critical elements and infrastructure in any city, its placement and composition, also critical… And always confounded by …

Gerrymandering More…

Since illegitimate HRM doesn’t have transport powers in its charter, it can’t set speed limits within its jurisdiction. So, now HRM is on its knees, asking the Province pretty please, will you amend the Motor Vehicle Act, since our 18th century system of governance doesn’t …

Road to Nowhere More…

Deamalgamate Dartmouth strives to restore legitimate municipal governance to Dartmouthians, liberating Dartmouthians from the illegitimate municipal construct created by Provincial fiat, HRM. The millstone of illegitimate governance hanging around our collective necks is a heavy one, and one we won’t bear for much longer. We won’t …

No more serfdom More…