The Chronicle Herald
November 21, 2020
Nova Scotia’s Liberal government has quite a story to tell on the environment, but unfortunately that’s all it has. The reality is a litany of delayed action and unkept promises.
… Since 2013, Nova Scotia’s goal — adopted unanimously by the legislature — has been to protect 13 per cent of the province’s total landmass for nature.
McNeil promised that his government would reach that goal in its first term. It didn’t. In fact, it hasn’t yet, seven years on.
Continue reading “JIM VIBERT: McNeil’s environmental record a litany of broken promises”
It is important to remember that when Premier McNeil says there is no history of Owls Head as a protected space, he is lying.
When other politicians claim that there is no history of Owls Head as a protected space, they are lying too. We have provided clear, unequivocal evidence, prima facie proof of the protected status of Owls Head Provincial Park for the past 45 years.
Continue reading “A Park is a Park, is a Park, is a Park”
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.
Continue reading “Nova Scotia government pressing ahead despite opposition to coastal land sale”