Meanwhile in Rural New Brunswick

New Brunswick Thomas M. Beckley DOWNLOAD NEW BRUNSWICK CHAPTER AS PDF Introduction New Brunswick has been and remains one of the most rural provinces in Canada. Despite years of rural outmigration, the urban to rural ratio of population has remained … Continue reading

Governments Challenge the Future of Rural Canada – An important organization and report

State of Rural Canada 2015 HOME REPORT CHAPTERS RECOMMENDATIONS RESOURCES AND MEDIA What is the future of rural Canada? Welcome to the Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation’s examination of the State of Rural Canada in 2015 THE STATE OF RURAL CANADA … Continue reading

FISHERY: Weir fishermen struggling to catch herring in Bay of Fundy

Weir fisherman in the Fundy Isles say this year has been the most difficult season for catching herring By Philip Drost, CBC News Posted: Aug 20, 2015 6:00 PM AT Last Updated: Aug 22, 2015 9:20 AM AT Dan Cunningham used … Continue reading

LNG: Could St. Andrews stop DELNG’s development in Robbinston?

Anyone who has been involved with the proposals to develop LNG terminals in the Passamaquoddy Bay knows that our towns and villages are within the primary hazard zones as shown in the accompanying figure. Recently I ran across an article that … Continue reading

POLITICS: John Williamson claims Biological Station cuts will not affect research … Ashfield and Williamson parrot party stance.

Originally published May 22, 2012 The Conservative Government announced more layoffs this week at the St. Andrews Biological Station where 16 scientists and librarians are being relieved of their jobs. Local MP John Williamson, as expected, is parroting the government’s … Continue reading

FISHERIES: As 2015 Fishing Season Kicks Off, a Still Uncertain Future for Cod Remains

The post As 2015 Fishing Season Kicks Off, a Still Uncertain Future for Cod Remains appeared first on Conservation Law Foundation. Posted: 01 May 2015 07:00 AM PDT The 2015 fishing season begins today, May 1, and stricter – but … Continue reading


– Viewers Invited to Have Their Say About Potential New TV Series – Halifax, Nova Scotia – April 23, 2015 – Many people fantasize about escaping their daily lives and travelling to far away destinations. The Moreland family isn’t just living … Continue reading

GENETIC ENGINEERING: FrankenSalmon haven’t gone away. Just what has happened up to 2015? January 2015 Canada’s Minister of the Environment approved the commercial production of genetically modified (GM) Atlantic salmon eggs in November 2013. However, the GM fish is not yet approved for human consumption – the Canadian and US governments … Continue reading