You have to get up very early to get a jump on St. Patrick's Day celebrations in Halifax.
Many Irish pubs opened their doors for breakfast at 7:00 a.m. and plan live music until long past midnight.
Dozens of people stood in line before the doors opened to guarantee a table.
CBC's Craig Paisley and Brett Ruskin were out to see how the city was celebrating.
Busiest day of the year for Halifax's Irish pubs, open today 7am to 2am. pic.twitter.com/RClNXma0dV— Brett Ruskin (@Brett_CBC) March 17, 2016
Responsible parents have ear protection for when they bring their baby to a noisy pub at 8am. pic.twitter.com/BCqZrDiFqv— Brett Ruskin (@Brett_CBC) March 17, 2016