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Morris House to move Friday


The Morris House is the oldest commercial building in Halifax, built in 1764 for the Morris family, who were the chief surveyors for the province. Friday morning, just after midnight, workers will begin moving the house from its current location on Water Street, and will make it as far as the corner of Brunswick Street and Cogswell Road, where it will sit for a day. On Sunday, again just after midnight, Gottingen Street will be closed as the house makes its way to its ultimate resting place, on Charles Street. It will serve and house street-involved young people.


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