ISSUES: Forest and Agricultural Sprays impact the Bay of Fundy … How Serious is it? Part 1

Spraying of forests and crops in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick have been impacting terrestrial ecosystems, streams, rivers and marine ecosystems for over 60 years. During that time various chemicals have been used and most of these have ultimately been … Continue reading

OPINION: Burning Eden and Creating Hell – One Last Gluttonous Orgy?

At the outset I wish to apologize if any of the photos included here upset or offend. They upset me and some have been in my mental slide show for a long time now … way back to the atom … Continue reading

ISSUES: Are escaped Atlantic salmon really a threat to wild Inner Bay of Fundy salmon?

First published Tuesday, January 11, 2011, Modified May 3, 2015 The truth is what we choose to believe.  Well,  here is another business tragedy being turned into a gloom and doom story as the Atlantic Salmon Federation and others keep … Continue reading

ISSUES: Some Maine Guides are promoting a gaspereau-blocking bill on the International St. Croix River … AGAIN

Somehow, in 1995, a small group with a vested interest in profiting from recreational fishing for the introduced small-mouth bass in the upper lakes sneaked through a bill in the Maine Legislature closing down a fishway on the American on the American side … Continue reading

OIL: Introducing the Bay of Fundy “Gatekeeper”

Energy East pipeline gatekeeper Irving Oil Ltd has logged 19 ‘environmental emergencies’ since 2012, documents show Posted On April 22nd By :EnergyNow Media A company pivotal to Canada’s most ambitious oil pipeline project has a mixed environmental record of spills … Continue reading

MYSTERIES: The elusive eastern cougar emerges once more.

LAND AND SEA | Season 2015, Episode 22 | Apr 12, 2015 | 22:26 Eastern Cougars On the hunt to solve of one of the greatest wildlife mysteries in the Maritimes. … Continue reading

Documentary explores elusive eastern cougar

THE CHRONICLE HERALD, Published April 6, 2015 – 7:30am Scientist Don McAlpine of the New Brunswick Museum appears in Cry in the Night: The Fate of the Eastern Cougar documentary. Cry in the Night: The Fate of the Eastern Cougar has … Continue reading

TIDAL POWER: Is it really “green”?

Proponents of tidal power in Nova Scotia’s Bay of Fundy say that it is environmentally friendly, but tidal turbines have a downside. In this documentary, Michael Dadswell, a retired Acadia University biology professor who has studied the effects of these … Continue reading

SATIRE: Magnetic Hill demagnetized, tourism to suffer

It’s the “polar shift” … it has to be. What’s happened is the magnetic lines of the magnetic field have shifted somewhere else. In fact, there are rumours of metal objects clinging to the walls of homes in Atholville and … Continue reading

FOR SALE: IT’S OFFICIAL … OUR ESTATE IS NOW FOR SALE JUST OUTSIDE ST. ANDREWS-BY-THE-SEA

“HERITAGE HOME WITH OUTBUILDING”  More Photos » Fundy Bay Real Estate Group Inc.   Leona Golding (506) 529-8777(Office) 1-866-644-8777(Toll-Free) (506) 467-1777(Cell) (866) 860-3584(Fax) Email Leona     Details   Address: 5474 Route 127 Type: Residential Style:  1 1/2 Story Bedrooms: 3 “Plus Apartment” Bathrooms: 2 “1 Full & … Continue reading

Digby Nova Scotia tidal energy company working on apps, training observers to track whales

Jonathan Riley, Published on June 02, 2014 Fundy Tidal wants to know where the whales are – and more importantly, they want to know how to detect where the whales, and other marine life, are. The local company, with tidal electricity … Continue reading

LNG: Researcher warns the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission of the United States that they ignore the lessons of history at their own peril.

In a formal letter and submission, Bob Godfrey, Researcher and webmaster for savepassamaquoddybay.org warned Kimberly D. Bose, Secretary of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, that ignoring Canada’s sovereignty could have far reaching implications quoting an historical reference about another “invasion” as … Continue reading

LNG transportation by rail?

Some concerns have been expressed online about rail transport of LNG. The safety ramifications go well beyond oil transport. If you are interested, you can find useful info on LNG here: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B7i2gILtygP4UjBIYXh2bkVzY3M&usp=sharing … Continue reading

BREAKING NEWS: Canada continues to oppose LNG development in Passamaquoddy Bay

Just received at 4:40 pm today, May 17, 2013. Canada’s Ambassador to the United States confirmed again today Canada’s official opposition to the proposed Downeast LNG terminal in Passamaquoddy Bay, Bay of Fundy, stating: Given that LNG vessels would need … Continue reading