Supporters of Crosswalk Flag Programs


     The Halifax model for community crosswalk flag programs is that the program must be funded and managed by the community.  Fortunately there are a number of supportive individuals, business and Councilors that have funded installations.  They are

Businesses, Associations, Councilors, Municipalities and individuals have

now generously contributed over $100,000

in support of the Crosswalk Flag Programs

Gold Sponsor ($5,000 - $10,000)

Norm and Gayle Collins - $9,375

Karen Zahn - $6,000

Wagners Law - $5,000

Aviva Canada (Take Back Our Roads) - $5,000

Dexter Construction - $5,000

Silver Sponsor ($2,500 - $5,000)


             Scotian Materials - $4,000              

The Heart & Stroke Foundation - $2,811

Ocean Contracting - $3,000

Sherri Richardson - $2,700

Bronze Sponsors ($1,000 - $2,500)

Stephen Johnson and Wendy Warnken - $1,925

Steve Gillespie - $1,680

Judy and John Dudar - $1,500

Bernie and Margaret Lee - $1,400

Conrad Brothers - $1,200

The Dartmouth Community Health Board - $1,000

The  Cobequid Community Health Board - $1,000

Allstate Insurance - $1,000

HRM Councillors providing $1,000 + funding

Tim Outhit - District 16 - $7,030

Tony Mancini - District 6 - $3,000

Russell Walker - formerly District 10 - $2,800

Sam Austin - District 5 - $2,660

Steve Craig and Paul Russell - District 15 - $1,335

David Hendsbee - District 2 - $1,280

Reg Rankin - formerly District 12 - $1,230

Kathryn Morse - District 10 - $1,000


Crosswalk flag program supporters ($200 +)

Ann Perry

Armbrae Academy

Berkeley Gladstone

Brian and Leanne Andrecyk

Bill Barker and Elizabeth Church

Burton Ettinger Parent Teacher Association - two (2) locations

Can-Euro Investments Ltd.

Canmar Services (Sutton Gardens Condominiums)

Chandra Thomas (Crescent Heights Community Association)

Charlie Wambolt

Crichton Park Critters

Glenna Casavechia

Circle K - Waverley Road

Cobequid Community Health Board

Cocoa Pesto Catering

Colby Village Preschool

Collins Financial Consulting

Conrad Brothers

Councillor Cathy Deagle-Gammon - District 1 - two (2) locations

Councillor David Hendsbee - District 2 - five (5) locations

(former) Councillor Bill Karsten - District 3 - one (1) location

Councillor Trish Purdy - District 4 - three (3) locations

                            Councillor Sam Austin - District 5 - seven (7) locations                                    plus $410 for maintenance

(former) Councillor Gloria McCluskey - District 5 - nine (9) locations

                       Councillor Tony Mancini - District 6 - five (6) locations                                    plus $1,000 for maintenance

(former) Councillor Darren Fisher - District 6 - five (5) locations

Councillor Waye Mason - District 7 - four (4) locations

Councillor Lindell Smith - District 8 - one (1) location

(former) Councillor Jennifer Watts - District 8 - one (1) location

(former) Councillor Linda Mosher - District 9 - nine (9) locations

Councillor Kathryn Morse - District 10 - two (2) locations

plus $500 for maintenance

(former) Councillor Russell Walker - District 10 - nine (9) locations

(former) Councillor Stephen Adams - District 11 - seven (7) locations

(former) Councillor Reg Rankin - District 12 - seven (7) locations

(former) Councillor Matt Whitman - District 13 - six (6) locations

Councillor Lisa Blackburn - District 14 - four (4) locations

(former) Councillor Brad Johns - District 14 - four (4) locations

Councillor Paul Russell - District 15 - $500 for maintenance

(former) Councillor Steve Craig - District 15 - eight (8) locations

              Councillor Tim Outhit - District 16 - twenty three (23) locations                    plus $1,000 for maintenance

Craig St. Peters

Crichton Park Critters - two (2) locations

Danny and Jordan Landry

Dartmouth Kinsmen

Downtown Dartmouth Business Commission - two (2) locations

(Dr. Brad) McRae Associates

Dr. Greg MacKenzie (Trimac Dental)

Eastern Passage Cow Bay Volunteer Firefighters - three (3) locations

Ecole Porter Street Elementary School, Coquitlam, British Columbia

Ecology Action Centre

Employees of Lawtons Drugs Tacoma Dartmouth

Fairview Heights Elementary School, Halifax

Golden Touch Barbershop

Gordon Proudfoot, QC

Gordon Stirrett & Associates

Grandlake Oakfield Community Society


GT Auto

Halifax Grammar School

Halifax Marriott Harbourfront

Halifax Northend Neighbourhood Action Group

Halifax Shopping Centre

Harbourside Engineering

Harrison Robbins

Haggerty Electrical (Windsor, NS)

Ian Angus, Royal Lepage

IWK Facilities

John and Heather Fitzpatrick

John Osborne

Juri Worms

Killam Properties

Kim Fizzard

Landmark Developments

Lakeside Legion

Leeds St. Child Care Centre / St. Stephen's PTA

Lucy Ellen Kanary

Ma Belle's Café

Marion Leahy

Maritime Roadwise and Defensive Driving School

Michael Fuller

Michael and Lindsey McNeill 

Michelle Collins

Mike Lownds Plumbing and Heating

Mike Page

Montgomery Middle School - Coquitlam, British Columbia

Neale and Sharon Bennet

Norm and Gayle Collins

Nova Scotia Dental Association

Oxford Properties

Oxford School Parent Teachers Association - two (2) locations

2 Papa's Restaurant (New Germany)

Planet Paws

Portland Estates & Hills Residents Association (PEHRA)

Port Wallace Holdings (Clayton Development)

Quay Pacific Property Management - Coquitlam, BC

Rapco Safety Services

Rick and Colleen Beaton

Roger and Anna Campbell

Royal Canadian Legion Dieppe Branch 90

Sacred Heart School of Halifax

Sean McKenna (Collingwood, Ontario)

Shannex (Parkland at the Gardens)

Shay Murphy, EXIT Realty

Sheila Blair-Reid

Sherry Litz

South Shore Safe Communities (Paul Fynes)

Sue Murray

Stephen Gillespie (CBRM)

Steve Schwartz REALTOR® (REMAX Nova)

Sunnyside - Eaglewood Elementary Home & School

Tall Ships Trading

Tara and Kyle Niekamp

Tim Horton's

Tim Horton's at Five Corners

The City of Summerside

The County of Antigonish

The Municipality of Chester

The Town of Antigonish

The Town of Bridgewater

The Town of Hantsport

The Town of Kentville

The Town of Kensington, PEI

The Town of Lunenburg

The Town of Middleton

The Town of Shelburne

The Town of Stewiacke

The Town of Stratford, PEI

The Village of Greenwood

The Village of Petitcodiac, New Brunswick

Waverley Road Physiotherapy and Health Care Centre

WM Fares Group

wsp Golder

Other generous supporters

Aspotogan Heritage Trust

Brookside Community Home Owners Association

Candu Enterprises

Casey Rodgers Chisholm Penny Duggan LLP

CRANS (Collision Repair Association of Nova Scotia)

Duck Duck Goose Children's Centre

Horizons Restaurant at Indian Lake

Lorna Martin

Lorie Nearing's Vacations and Cruise Holidays

MacLeod Lorway Insurance

Montebello Medical

New Ross Development Association

No Bull Auto Sales

Prospect Road Business Association

Safety Flag Company of America

Sojourn Signs

Superstore, Cole Harbour

Torque Auto

Waverley Memorial Elementary School Parent Teacher Cooperative

Waverley Road Family Dental Centre

plus generous residents

Vance and Elaine Arbeau

Harrison Robbins

Barb Allen

Beasley family

Dave and Lisa Moore

Murray family

Iain Rankin, MLA, Timberlea-Prospect

Geoff Regan, MP, Halifax West

Brent and Gladys Sponagle

16 residents of Summit Street, Halifax

     We are also very appreciative of the support provided by Councillors Barry Dalrymple, Darren Fisher along with all the other councillors who have over the years supported and lobbied for crosswalk flags. 

     At the provincial level Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal Ministers Bill Estabrooks (formerly) and Geoff MacLellan, along with MLA Andrew Younger have been consistently supportive of crosswalk flag programs.

     There are other businesses that have been approached for funding support.  Please check back regularly to see those that are financially supporting this initiative.

Supporters of the Municipality of Chester Crosswalk Flag Program

    The Municipality of Chester

The New Ross Development Association

The Aspotagan Heritage Trust



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