NOTICE TO PERSONS OCCUPYING HRM PARKS Friday, November 11, 2011 While the Halifax Regional Municipality has respected

the Occupy Nova Scotia participants’ right to a peaceful assembly and their right to have their issues known publicly, it is now time to return Victoria Park, the Grand Parade and other HRM parks to the public at large and for protest participants to comply with the Municipal Parks By-Law. Pursuant to Municipal Parks By-Law P-600 1. Camping in municipal parks is prohibited unless otherwise posted or by written permission of HRM. 2. No person shall erect or place in a park any thing for the purpose of temporary or permanent accommodation, unless by written permission of HRM. 3. No person shall be in a park at any time during the period 10p.m. to 5a.m., unless by written permission of HRM. HRM will be enforcing this By-law effective November 11, 2011, by this notice you are required to remove any tents, belongings and any other items or structures from Victoria Park. Failure to do so will result in further enforcement of By-Law P-600. By-Law P-600 also applies to the Grand Parade and will be enforced. While overnight occupation and the erection of tents or other structures for accommodation is prohibited under the By-law, all HRM parks remain a place for assembly and peaceful protest. Mike Labrecque, Acting Chief Administrative Officer

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