October 1, 2005 The Sandpiper is the quarterly newsletter for the Atlantic Canada Chapter of Sierra Club Canada! Here's what you'll find in the Fall 2005 issue... Engaging Workshops Freeport Honoured to Host Sierra Clubs from across North Amer ...
October 1, 2004 The Sandpiper is the quarterly newsletter for the Atlantic Canada Chapter of Sierra Club Canada! Here's what you'll find in the Fall 2004 issue... SPECIAL PESTICIDE ISSUE! SCC Wolfville and Area Group's First project- a Pest ...
Safety and security measures to be imposed on nuclear companies and operators in light of 2011 events at Fukushima Daiichi
July 23, 2012 Letter written by Sierra Club Atlantic Members, Larry Lack and Lee Ann Ward, to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) in response to inadequate assessment of earthquake risk to Point Lepreau Nuclear Power Plant. 0KB To the CN ...
We're back in Russell Lake Park in Dartmouth, NS and need your help to plant 2100 more trees on Saturday, September 20th (10AM-2PM). In 2013 we planted 1200 trees to help make Baker Drive Park somewhere the community of Russell Lake will soon be prou ...
"To everyone who came out to Russell Lake Takes Root Oct 5, I can't thank you enough! From the businesses who made the event so hospitable to the community members who helped plant 1600 trees in just under two hours, what an amazing demonstratio ...
David Foster's blog Help us plant 2100 trees in Baker Drive Park, and celebrate Russell Lake Takes Root. Last year we hosted our first tree planting in Russell Lake West, a new community branching off of Baker Drive in Dartmouth. We planted 1200 tree ...
'We can't just keep hitting them on the road and think it's not a problem,' says wildlife advocate David Burke cbc.ca October 7, 2017 About 200 animals a year are brought to the Cobequid Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre for treatment aft ...
Response to Our Letter to Atlantic Canada's Leaders, Asking for Halt to C-NLOPB's Review of Old Harry
May 20, 2011 NL Natural Resources Minister Commits to Create Stand Alone-Regulator for Safety- But what About the Environment?" Response to our March 28th Letter, which states Sierra Club Atlantic, Ecology Action Centre, and Save Our Seas and S ...
Response to Newfoundland & Labrador Public Discussion Document: “Responding to Climate Change in Newfoundland & Labrador”
July 31, 2010 Executive Summary The existing greenhouse emission targets are weaker than required according to the latest science and the existing strategies did not deliver the expected results. We make a number of specific policy recommendations to cha ...
Response to Corridor Resources Inc. Drilling of an Exploration Well on the Old Harry Prospect- EL 1105 (CEAR # 11-01-60633)
March 28, 2011 Save Our Seas and Shores Coalition, Sierra Club Atlantic, and Ecology Action Centre do not recognize the authority of the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Offshore Petroleum Board (CNLOPB) to assess and approve oil and gas exploration and d ...