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  1. What the day meant to me...

    I remember the first time I talked to a fiery Mary Gorman on the phone, as a new staff person at the Atlantic Canada office, her impassioned narrative about the need to protect the Gulf of St. Lawrence from oil and gas development was inspirational.   It ...

    2015-12-29 13:14

  2. Sierra Club, SOSS Disappointed as Corridor Granted Third Free License Extension in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

    Sierra Club Canada Foundation and the Save Our Seas and Shores (SOSS) Coalition are deeply disappointed that a third extension has been granted for Corridor Resources’ exploration lease in the Gulf of St. Lawrence by federal and provincial natural resourc ...

    2016-01-15 17:18

  3. Black Point (AKA Fogarty's Cove) Quarry Impacts- Survey for Round 2 of Consultations for Environmental Assessment

    February 1, 2016 The results of the Environmental Assessment for the Black Point Quarry are now available here, and comments are due Feb 3rd! We want your response!  You can indicate if you wish to remain anonymous or if you would like your name included ...

    2016-02-01 23:35

  4. Fogarty's Cove Quarry

    February 3, 2016 The Fogarty's Cove (AKA Black Point) Quarry in Guysborou gh County is a large export quarry which will have major impacts on the l andscape,  seascape, and other industries such as tourism and fishing. Fogarty's Cove is memorail ...

    2016-02-10 11:39

  5. Summary of Specific Changes Proposed for Amending the Mineral Resources Act for Nova Scotia

    January 20, 2015 This document outlines in detail the changes we wish to see in a modern and effective Mineral Resources Act (MRA). As much as possible, in Section 1 of this document, we have offered recommendations in the order in which the Act is writte ...

    2016-02-10 12:40

  6. Halifax Diverse Naturalizes Your Yard

    David Foster's blog Do you know the impact that gardening with native plants can have on local wildlife? Bill Freedman does! As a professor of ecology and long-time practitioner of the principles of naturalization, he wants to spread the word about t ...

    2016-03-29 12:28

  7. Halifax Diverse Walks the spooky side of Halifax- Oct. 29th

    David Foster's blog This October we're taking a walk on the spookier side of things in the Halifax Commons area. We're going to be guided by expert historian and author, Blair Beed, who will show us the area around and including the Halifax ...

    2016-03-29 14:25

  8. Discover McNabs Island with Waterfront Development

    David Foster's blog Discover McNabs like never before, with Waterfront Development and Halifax Diverse This unique, one time event offers you the opportunity to visit McNabs Island, receive two 1-hour guided walks by expert historians and naturalists ...

    2016-03-29 14:54

  9. Halifax Goes Wild Photo Contest

    David Foster's blog Give us your best shot for the Halifax Goes Wild photo contest! Show off your photo skills and the city’s green spaces in our photo contest, with prizes provided by Atlantic Photo Supply. Here's the answers to all your questi ...

    2016-03-29 14:59

  10. Submit an image to Halifax Goes Wild through Twitter

    David Foster's blog Send us a tweet with the following text:   My @HfxDiverse #HalifaxGoesWild photo entry:   Then attach your photo and tell us your name, the name of the photo (if you wish) and when/where the photo was taken. We'll contact you ...

    2016-03-29 14:59