Atlantic Chapter Fights Against Coal and for Natural Spaces

Bay of Islands Newfoundland

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Sierra Club Canada Atlantic Chapter continues to champion a myriad environmental issues affecting the maritime provinces through thoughtful action, education, and demonstration. Including recent efforts at Eisner Cove, Nova Scotia where local advocates are attempting to save the largest remaining wetland in Dartmouth, rejection of the Bay du Nord oil drilling project, a call to ban gold mining in Nova Scotia, and being a voice against the proposed reopening of the idle Donkin coal mine in Cape Breton, Sierra Club Atlantic continues to rally public support for critical issues affecting us all.

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This article is part of our Fall 2022 newsletter, The Activist. You can find the full newsletter here.