think: on the move
Our Halifax office is moving to Queen’s Marque!
We are excited to announce that effective March 9, 2020, our Halifax office will be located in the new Queen’s Marque building on the Halifax waterfront.
Queen’s Marque is one of the most progressive office buildings in the country, featuring bright, innovative spaces, locally-sourced materials, and sustainability at the forefront of its design. We look forward to our clients enjoying everything this new space has to offer.
Kindly prepare to update your files with our new civic address:
Civic address (as of March 9):
600-1741 Lower Water Street
Halifax, N.S. B3J 0J2 (Please note: postal code was updated February 12th)
Our mailing address will remain the same:
Mailing address (no change):
P.O. Box 997
Halifax, N.S. B3J 2X2
If Stewart McKelvey’s Halifax Office is your company’s Registered Office address, please note:
- We are arranging for updates to be filed with the Nova Scotia Registry of Joint Stock Companies and/or Corporations Canada on your behalf. No action on your part is required to make the address change with either of these registries.
- If correspondence from Canada Revenue Agency for your company is currently directed to our Halifax Office Address, instructions for change of business address with Canada Revenue Agency can be found here.
- If correspondence from other sources for your company is currently directed to our Halifax Office Address for forwarding to you, please instruct senders to update their records.
- Please review any other registrations, licenses, contracts, lenders, etc. where our Halifax Office Address may have been used as your company’s address and which may require notification of address change.
For any questions, please contact the Halifax Office Reception desk at (902) 420-3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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