Delapitaded Boarded-up Wooden Shack Named Halifax's Newest Heritage Property

In case you were afraid the falling-apart boarded-up wooden box across from the Public Gardens was going to be torn down and some developer put something else there, fear not! Meet the Halifax Heritage Committee's newest Heritage Property! According to Phil Pacey, the shack will bring $50,000,000 dollars a year in tourist revenue to the Halifax economy, as visitors flock to marvel at the circa 1945 square box architecture.

I'm not sure what this building was used for. I think maybe the City used to store some tools in it. Or maybe the lawn bowling club kept their wickets there (or whatever one uses for lawn bowling). Or perhaps it's where the City housed the ducks who were too lazy to fly south in the winter. Whatever, at any rate I hope you like this building because it's never going away. (at least not until the Sun become a Red Giant and swallows the Earth)

---Chairman Mars

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