Monthly Archives: October 1997

A CHIC form of highway robbery

By TONY SEED, Shunpiking Magazine, No. 16

EARLY last week, a jogger turned onto Barrington Street in downtown Halifax.

The street was virtually deserted as he paced past the Grand Parade, and rounded the corner of City Hall to head up Duke Street to Citadel Hill.

Suddenly, he had to pull up. A barrier crossed the sidewalk.

Beside City Hall, the former Trans-Info stall had been coverted into … a toll booth operated by Canadian Highways International Constructors (CHIC). Continue reading

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