Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” --Dr. Seuss – The Lorax, 1971
You don’t have to be a high-paid legal eagle to know that Minister of Lands and Forests Ian Rankin was not going to fare well when the judge hearing the case against him and his department starts out with a quote from Dr. Seuss about environmental destruction.
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Good news for ice cream lovers! Roz Staple, the owner of the Polar Bear Express Ice Cream stand, has reopened her business. We were able to reach Staple by email about her business.
By Richard Bell
There’s a brand-new contender on the battlefield of grassroots groups fighting to prevent some of the biggest aquaculture companies in the world from going ahead with massive expansions of their controversial open-net finfish farm operations in Nova Scotia’s shallow coastal waters: the Healthy Bays Network (HBN). The new organization includes the Twin Bays Coalition (location), St. Mary’s Bay Protectors, Protect Liverpool Bay, and the Association for the Preservation of the Eastern Shore (APES), with additional support from the Ecology Action Centre, the Atlantic Salmon Federation, and the Nova Scotia Salmon Association.