The Whale Sanctuary Project would like to hear about your interest in becoming the locale for a natural seaside sanctuary for beluga whales retiring from captivity in entertainment parks. We are holding a series of public information meetings along Nova Scotia's Atlantic coast, and will be at the Fire Hall in Sherbrook on Wednesday, February 6th at 6.30 pm. We invite you to come along and learn more about the project and the potential opportunities for the community, and to share your thoughts.
“We think that somewhere along this Atlantic coast of more than 8,000 kilometers, there may be an ideal site for a whale sanctuary,” our Executive Director, Charles Vinick, told reporters. “Most importantly, we believe there is the perfect community that shares our vision. And, once we find this community, we will find that site. That’s what we’re setting out to do over the next few weeks while we host public information meetings.”
February 06, 2019 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Whale Sanctuary Project