Sierra Club Canada Foundation and Save Our Seas and Shores (SOSS) are celebrating the protection of the Gulf of St. Lawrence as oil company Corridor Resources announced yesterday it is suspending work on its Old Harry lease in the middle of the Gulf.
We’re very happy to present Remembering, a poem by Killa Atencio, a wonderful poet of Mi’kmaq and Quechua ancestry. It’s the first of eight poems we will publish during the remainder of the year, selected as a result of the call for poems we issued a while ago.
Activist, guy with heart of gold, and NS Advocate writer Paul Vienneau won the 2018 James McGregor Stewart Award. Congratulations, Paul!
All you ever wanted to know about offshore drilling but were afraid to ask, courtesy of the folks at the Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia. Our longest read ever, but also one of our most important ones.
Premier McNeil seems to think that Oil and Gas development is a perfect fit with a Marine Protected Area. Just as he probably thinks that it is appropriate to clearcut a game sanctuary. (Liscombe).
News release: Some 20 Haligonians rallied at the Emera building on Lower Water Street in Halifax in solidarity with the Muskrat Falls Day of Action at Parliament Hill in Halifax. I added some photos I took.
The people of Labrador opposing Muskrat Falls, tired of having their voices ignored, and are happy with the response for a day of action at Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Monday May 7. Solidarity actions are happening in many cities, and we are glad to see Halifax among them.
After the feds and the province rejected a proposal to expand a quarry situated on Digby Neck more than a decade ago , the American developer appealed that decision under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) rules. Today we find out the Americans won, and Canada is on the hook for half a billion dollars.
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Open letter to Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin written on behalf of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia in response to her recent statement on marijuana use in the Legislature. “Your words have wounded us deeply, by saying this I am reflecting the thoughts of the membership of the Jamaican Cultural Association of Nova Scotia (JCANS).” Smith-McCrossin has since apologized.