Public coffers, private bonanza
Feds pump millions into Supercluster consortium, all to create new ways to commodify and commercialize the ocean.
By Linda Pannozzo
Tags: City, Federal funding, Canada, Oceans, Environment, Emera, Clearwater, Fossil Fuels, Supercluster
Sealfall, licence to cull
Inside the government's harebrained new scheme to fix the problems of cod over-fishing by killing seals
Sable Island designated as national park reserve
Environmentalists are still worried about natural gas drilling, however.
Tags: News, Sable Island, Reality Bites
Sable Island’s cod killer?
The new plan to slaughter seals blames seals for the cod fishery collapse, but a large seal population might just be the cod’s best hope.
By Linda Pannozzo and Bruce Wark
Tags: Environment, AJA, Atlantic Journalism Awards 2011, Awards, longreads
How to kill 220,000 seals on Sable Island: the DFO plan
One method involves clubbing, shooting, incinerators and modified logging vehicles, according to a detailed study of a potential cull.
Tags: News, AJA, Atlantic Journalism Awards 2011, Awards, Reality Bites
Fully vaccinated Canada: animated tracker of national vaccine progress in 2021
The COVID vaccine side effects Nova Scotia doesn’t acknowledge
“The race between virus and vaccine is not settled yet”
14 rules that relax in Phase 4 of NS reopening
Timeline of Nova Scotia’s 2021 reopening plan
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