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Telephone Interview: Street Names

telephone interview: They could change the name the way other street names have been changed, Paul said in a telephone interview, according to The Chronicle Herald. It is a straightforward, expedient process and they can just make a decision, he said. The process to name or rename features such as buildings, streets, municipal parks and statues is typically the responsibility of city and regional governments. Council meets Aug. 1, a few days before the Natal Day weekend Instead, Halifax Regional Council voted in April to create an expert panel to examine and make recommendations on the issue of commemorating Cornwallis on Halifax Regional Municipality properties that bear his name. The Mi'kmaq want Cornwallis's name expunged from the city because of a 1749 bounty on scalps that included women and children as well as men, Paul said. Paul said he expects to be invited to sit on the committee even though I don't think it's necessary to have a committee recommendation in order to do the right thing. ( As reported in the news.