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Lights on day and night in some churchy building in the Public Gardens

A reader sent in a tip about this churchy building in the Public Gardens, which leaves its outside and inside lights on all night and day. Why so bright, churchy?

Remarks: According to our hot tipper, “I’ve passed by it, day and night, for months (too bad I can’t climb that spiky fence)—always on!” Some other buildings in the gardens—the bandstand, the two newish buildings that flank the church—also emit 24-hour-a-day light. We’re not advocating total park darkness, but this seems excessive. We’re going to give the ducks insomnia. And they’re cranky enough as it is.

Who's Responsible?: Maureen Cullen, HRM parks spokesperson and Public Gardens supervisor (490-6509).


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