Global impact, small town vibe.

REDspace’s office is in Halifax, Nova Scotia—a thriving tech hub located on the east coast of Canada. The workspace offers a premium office location in Sunnyside Mall, a 5 minute walk to an in-building gourmet food court, two shopping malls, a pharmacy, multiple grocery stores, gas stations, great restaurants, and free parking.

A woman lies on the beach while working on her laptop that sits on her raised knees.

Stay flexible with a hybrid work model.

We love our office and we think magic happens when we’re all together. We also understand the world has changed and people have unique needs when it comes to work. Because of this, we’ve embraced a flexible hybrid work model. It’s about embracing our diverse team, celebrating individuals, and keeping the lines of communication wide open. This is how we keep our amazing culture flowing, whether we’re in the office or working remotely, making it an inclusive and fun journey of collaboration and innovation.

Hands scoop candy out of a container in the REDspace kitchen.

Fully equipped kitchen

Our fully equipped kitchen is the heart of our office, where conversation flows as freely as the coffee! Stocked with an array of complimentary snacks and beverages, it’s the go-to spot to refuel and recharge during your workday.

A young man lifts weights on an incline bench in the REDspace office gym.

On-site gym and saunas

Our on-site gym is not just about breaking a sweat; it’s a great place to find balance and well-being. It’s fully equipped with weights, a treadmill, and a bike, and after a workout you can unwind in one of our private saunas.

Multiple REDspace team members work outside on the office deck during the Summer.

Workspace options

We like giving our team multiple options when it comes to where they work in the office. Sit in the sun on our outdoor patio, or comfortably in one of many indoor shared and private spaces.

The sun sets on the waterfront in the town of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

Explore Canada’s beautiful east coast.

Our region is the perfect mix of city and culture, with nature always close by (you’re only ever a short drive to the nearest beach). It’s a place where people from all over the world have been excited to plant their roots. Forget long commute times and a hectic pace—in Nova Scotia you can do your best work while still having a much-needed work-life balance.

A Nova Scotian rocky beach in the evening.

Land acknowledgement

Like most of us across Canada, we live, work, and raise our families on the ancestral and unceded lands of the Indigenous peoples of this wonderful place we call home. We would like to acknowledge that we are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq People.

 

This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik (Maliseet) people first signed with the British Crown in 1725. The city of Halifax was long ago called Kjipuktuk by the Mi’kmaw people. This means “the great harbour.”