Sunday, February 08, 2004

 

The Great Gatsbys

"If you're giving something away free, inevitably you're going to draw a lower clientele, which are street people and people who are homeless," says Tony Joseph, co-owner of Gatsby's bar and restaurant.

Joseph suggests the Salvation Army park its van on Gottingen Street, near Uniacke Square. (CBC News - Nova Scotia)

"It's a great spot for them if they're really interested in serving people that are homeless and need free meals," he said during a CBC radio interview. "Mount Grey Park, Maniac Square, there's a lot of poor people down in that area." (Halifax Herald)

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