A Message from Nature Nova Scotia:

Nature Nova Scotia is joining the fight to save Owls Head Provincial Park, and we need your help!

Earlier this year, Nova Scotia Supreme Court Justice Christa Brothers recognized several important points in the applicants’ case, but ultimately ruled that there is no “recognized common law duty of procedural fairness owed by the Crown to the public at large.”

We think this needs to change.

So, as Bob Bancroft and Eastern Shore Forest Watch prepare to head to the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, we at Nature Nova Scotia are joining the fight to help fundraise for the coming legal battle.

Double Your Impact:

An anonymous donor will now generously match each dollar raised, up to $5,000! You can help us make the most of this opportunity by donating today.

Ways To Contribute:

1. Via Nature Nova Scotia’s Canada Helps page (suggested for donations up to $100)
* Please indicate that your donation is for the Owls Head fund in the optional message box

2. By cheque (suggested for donations of $100 or more)
“Attention of Nature Nova Scotia”
Care of the NS Museum of Natural History,
1747 Summer St
Halifax, NS B3H 3A6
* Please indicate that your donation is for the Owls Head fund

3. By e-transfer: Send an e-transfer to info@forestwatch.ca (unfortunately, Eastern Shore Forest Watch Association cannot offer tax receipts. If you’d like a tax receipt, please donate to Nature Nova Scotia directly through methods one or two.

Check out the Take Action page for other easy ways to get involved

“The underlying question in this appeal is whether Nova Scotians ought to be informed before the government makes decisions affecting the fate of ecologically important lands, especially those lands that have been identified as protected. We believe the answer is yes and that the courts play an inherent role in promoting fair government decision-making.”

Jamie Simpson, Juniper Law


Graphic Design by Helen Michel, Photo by Nicolas Winkler

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