About The Market
The Norman Newman Market
The Norman Newman Market was donated in memory of Norman Newman ~ 1928-1993. Norm operated Capital Stores Ltd. in the Halifax-Dartmouth area, having taken the business over from his father, Abe, and his uncles in the late 1940’s. He was a hands on operator who believed in buying directly from the farmers and the wholesalers. Norm operated the chain in Dartmouth and Halifax, which had grown from 6 small stores to several larger supermarkets. He sold the company to Atlantic Superstore in 1986.
Alderney Landing - Market Level
The Norman Newman Market is located on the ground floor of Alderney Landing. It is open to the public 7 days a week. The Alderney Landing Market is home to several permanent vendors. So if your taking a stroll on the Dartmouth Waterfront, drop by The Craig Gallery - Art Gallery, grab lunch at Olivers, get a soothing massage at Casaroma Wellness Centre, or pick up some wine at the NSLC, all with beautiful veiws of Halifax.
Take a look at this great video produced by Right Some Good. We feel it really captures the spirit of our Market.