The Globe and Mail
Originally from The Canadian Press
February 7, 2020

The Nova Scotia government is continuing to entertain the idea of selling a section of rugged, Crown-owned land along the Eastern Shore to a private developer, despite growing public opposition.

Premier Stephen McNeil has been the subject of a letter writing campaign by opponents of a proposal to build as many as three golf courses on a 285-hectare area of coastal barrens and wetlands known as Owls Head.

Following a cabinet meeting Thursday, McNeil admitted he had received “a lot of letters,” but said they didn’t influence his government’s decision to press ahead.

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