Helicopter activity draws ire from some Halifax residents
September 11, 2017 By CTV News
Residents in a rural area near Halifax say their peace and quiet has been shattered by the unbearable noise of nearby helicopters.
The helicopters are owned by a local charter company and operating from a 72-acre piece of land in the area.
Area resident, Larry Gayton says he built his home on Enfield Road because he wanted to live in a quiet place, but that has since changed. | READ MORE
- Canadian Innovation in Rotary Safety Week
- Offshore OEMs vow they will not fly Super Pumas again: survey