Dear Minister Wilkinson,
The Save Little Harbour/Owls Head Facebook group is a grassroots movement of over 3000 concerned citizens and scientists, passionate about saving the ecologically significant property known as Owls Head Provincial Park.
We are writing to thank you for your role in transferring the federal parcel of land (PID: 00555284) adjacent to Owls Head Provincial Park, Little Harbour, Nova Scotia, to Environment and Climate Change Canada. We appreciate your commitment to honour the best and highest use of these lands.
Continue reading “Thank You Letter to the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson”
The formal transfer of the so-called “surplus” federal land at Owls Head to Environment and Climate Change Canada is good news for all of us that are trying to prevent the secret deal to sell the lands of Owls Head Provincial Park.
The same developer, to whom Minister Rankin and Company offered to sell our parklands, was also secretly maneuvering to acquire these lands by using the Federal MP and the Provincial Cabinet.
Continue reading “Hold Them Close”
We are excited to announce that the federal parcel of land at Owls Head Park has officially been transferred to Environment and Climate Change Canada … a monumental step in the Save Owls Head Park campaign.
Continue reading “Federal Land at Owls Head Park Goes to Environment and Climate Change Canada”
This would not have been possible without the intense opposition to the sale of public parkland or the committed advocacy of our conservation partners. We would especially like to thank CPAWS NS, who have been working tirelessly to save this ecologically significant property and its 45-year history of promised protections. The importance of your work at the provincial and federal levels cannot be overstated.
We are also grateful to the government of Canada and the Honourable Jonathan Wilkinson (Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada) for recognizing the importance of this representative coastal ecosystem. Thank you for your commitment to honour the best and highest use of Owls Head Park Reserve.
Lighthouse Links hopes to build up to 3 courses in Little Harbour
January 25, 2020
The federal government is no longer negotiating with Nova Scotia’s Lands and Forestry Department for the sale of surplus Crown land that could have become part of a proposed golf course development.
Continue reading “MICHAEL GORMAN: Feds end talks that could have seen N.S. buy land for golf course development”