Written some time ago this presentation examined all of the many positive reasons for maintaining this facility. These reasons have been totally ignored. One must assume that nuclear remains the primary thrust for NBPower. The St. Croix River and its … Continue reading ISSUES: OBSERVATIONS ON THE PROPOSED REMOVAL OF THE DAM AT MILLTOWN ON THE ST. CROIX RIVER at the NB & Maine Border
This 2015 proposal could result in nuclear pollution problems that vastly surpass those created at Chernobyl and Fukushima. It is an issue that continues to concern both Americans and Canadians alike. Sign the petition and learn more at: http://www.stopthegreatlakesnucleardump.com/ OCTOBER 23, … Continue reading ISSUE: NUCLEAR – Great Lakes Nuclear Waste Dump Proposal Still Being Considered – UPDATE
Part 1 – Information Petitions and Responses I request a moratorium on all oil and natural gas exploration in the near shore and offshore areas of Canada’s Atlantic coast, or a boundary similar in size that recently achieved by the … Continue reading MILITARY DUMPSITES: PART 1 – How the Government of Canada responded to concerns in 2002
RESPONDING TO CORPORATE WATER CONTROL Many us remember learning about the hydrological or water cycle way back in grade 9 science. Now that was decades and decade ago for me. I don’t know, perhaps they haven’t taught such things in … Continue reading WATER CLASS WARS: Does water belongs to all life on the planet or just the rich?
2016 – Is It Cape Breton for you if Donald Trump Wins? So all you Yanks have heard … thanks to CNN … that Cape Breton will welcome you IF DONALD TRUMP WINS. You can check it all out right … Continue reading LOOKING BACK: Donald Trump Won … but Cape Breton is still waiting!
I’m currently researching once more the various treaties and laws that oblige the Government of Canada to protect Right Whales, Finbacks, Porpoise, their habitat, and forage. It is clear at the outset that Canada is obliged to protect the Bay … Continue reading ISSUES: Did you know that Canada is bound by the Law of the Sea to protect endangered whales, their habitat and feed?
I’ve lived in New Brunswick alongside Maine for most of my life. Apart from really serious problems related to its historical use of natural resources, the state has remained famous for its environment and its smart governance of its natural … Continue reading ISSUES: LePage tried to divert land conservation money to timber harvesting on Maine lands
The battle between forestry interests in Canada and the United States just never seems to end and generally the issue is about real or perceived subsidies given to Canadian companies, particularly the forestry giant JD Irving, Limited (JDI). With major … Continue reading FORESTRY: Facts about Irving subsidies and the tariff battle between Canada and the US
Under the United National Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), we have established Zones of influence over our oceans. They are less than perfect, but there are legal mechanisms for settling disputes, although ultimately “power”, financial or physical, … Continue reading OUTSIDE THE BOX: Community Economic Zones – Let’s Do Business!