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Monthly Archives: December 2014
The January meeting of the Council of Community Organizations(COCO) will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 22,2015 at the Lakeside Community Centre, 1492 St. Margaret’s Bay Road, Lakeside. Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust(FBWHT) will be the Host group. … Continue reading
In Dec. 8th letter, Co-chairs Harry Ward and Peter Lund request “Regional Council pay close attention to potential impacts that raising the height of the existing disposal cells could have on the protected wilderness area, particularly from:Blowing litter, odours, visibility … Continue reading
A decision to increase the height of the Otter lake Landfill could be made at the HRM Regional Council Committee of the Whole meeting on Tuesday Dec. 9. The relevant documents have been available for only a few days (see … Continue reading
Unlike most Canadian cities, the urban core of Halifax is surrounded not by farms or endless burbs but by forested and coastal landscapes. Even within 30 kilometres of downtown Halifax, where approximately three-quarters of the population resides, developed areas are … Continue reading