About HRWC The Halifax Regional Water Commission (HRWC) is the municipal water, wastewater and stormwater utility servicing the residents of the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) pursuant to the Public Utilities Act.
What does HRM stand for?
HRM stands for Halifax Regional Municipality (Canada)
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- Hunter Region Landcare Network (New South Wales, Australia)
- Human Resources Line of Business (United States Office of Personnel Management)
- Human Resource Leadership Program
- Human Rights Law Review
- Human Rights Law Resource Centre (Australia)
- Huron River Labrador Retriever Club (est. 1979; Michigan)
- Human Rights Law Society
- Hampton Roads Linux Users Group
- Herley Industries, Inc. (stock symbol)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Anderson (M ), Halifax Regional Municipality, Halifax, NS Robert J.
As per the reports, Halifax Regional Municipality has secured council s approval for $8.
In October the harvest produced 800 pounds of potatoes and 24 dozen cucumbers for the Halifax Regional Municipality Food Bank.
Great Neighbourhoods: Building a Brand for the Halifax Regional Municipality Deborah Story, Halifax Regional Municipality - The Power to Engage Citizens through Social Media Joseph Thornley, Thornley Fallis Communications and Design - Working with Elected Officials Brian Lambie, Redbrick Communications & Association of Ontario Municipalities - Feel the Energy - Taking Environmental Consciousness to the Communications Realm Linda L.
To provide employment assistance services to 24 persons with disabilities and barriers to employment in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
The contentious amalgamation that created the Halifax Regional Municipality in 1996 has been studied extensively and some of the results of those studies will be discussed later and compared to the results in this paper.
The Study Area The Halifax Regional Municipality covers an area of 6200 square kilometres along the south shore of Nova Scotia.