A message from Halifax Magazine
By Advocate Staff 20 March 2020 Share this story
As the COVID-19 situation evolves Halifax Magazine continues to be here for you, sharing our city’s stories. As always, our goal is to inform and encourage readers. We will get through this time together (yet apart). The health and safety of our staff, our clients, and the communities we serve is our top priority.
We have taken measures to ensure safe work environments while continuing to report and share stories of the businesses, organizations and people of Halifax. Our office is closed to the public and we are practicing social distancing, taking special measures for deliveries and receiving, working from home where possible, and implementing rigorous safety and cleaning steps to help protect our community.
By monitoring the situation closely and taking guidance from the Public Health Agency of Canada, we are confident we will keep our work environments safe, our Metro Guide Publishing and Advocate family healthy, and our clients and readers informed and supported.
This story was originally published in Halifax Magazine.
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