ISSUES: Do Dead Mink and Dead Herring Have Something in Common?

COMMENT: There have been some pretty negative comments about this article. Please read the supporting documents before you blast off. This is a serious local pollution problem that has been ongoing in the key watersheds leading to St. Mary’s Bay … Continue reading

Learn what’s happening and help protect the Bay of Fundy

One Reason to Protect the Bay of Fundy. Really, there is little to say that this photo doesn’t say …future generations deserve our best efforts to preserve this special place … for them. Please tell your friends about www.bayoffundy.ca and … Continue reading

LEARN: How ocean pollution affects humans [Infographic]

FROM: resilience.org/ What you do on land can change the fate of what goes on off shore – and small changes in habits can have a large impact on improving our oceans. 1. Keep your sewer drains clear – Prevent rubbish and … Continue reading

WILL CANADA FOLLOW SUIT? NOAA Expands Critical Habitat for Endangered North Atlantic Right Whales

  To the attention of The Honorable Hunter Tootoo, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard In a press release dated January 26, 2016, NOAA has expanded its Right Whale “critical habitat” from 2,925 nm2 to 21,334 nm2. This … Continue reading

OPINION: The Firing of Cleary – The mediocre never admire excellence in others.

Is this the underlying reason for Dr. Eilish Cleary’s dismissal as New Brunswick’s Chief Medical Officer of Health? It seems that Dr. Cleary was invited to submit an article to the Journal of New Brunswick Studies / Revue d’études sur le … Continue reading

OPINION: Firing our best public researchers will negatively impact the Bay of Fundy.

The news is filled today with the firing of Dr. Eilish Cleary, New Brunswick’s Chief Medical Officer of Health. While her work on how fracking will affect the health of New Brunswickers is important to the general public, it also provided important … Continue reading

SEEMS SCENTISTS REFUSE TO BE MUZZLED! Dear Prime Minister: we 300 scientists find Northern Gateway review flawed

First posted June 14, 20145 Read More: News Northern Gateway NEXT » Dr. Kai Chan, Canada Research Chair, and UBC Associate Professor with the Institute for Resources, Environment and Sustainability. Photo by Martin Dee, UBC. In what may be the most … Continue reading

OPINION: While Colchester Councillors may stop the dumping of fracking waste, the problem remains. What do we do with it?

The ongoing debate about dumping fracking fluid into municipal sewers that lead to water courses that lead to the Bay of Fundy are only addressing part this problem. In some cases storage ponds seem to have seeped into the ground … Continue reading

LNG: LNG bad for climate: US Dept of Energy report

PostedJune 20, 2014 by Common Sense Canadian in International     Despite all the assurances by BC Premier Christy Clark that LNG is “the cleanest fossil fuel on the planet”, the evidence paints a very different picture. Check out this June 4 Climate Progress storyby … Continue reading

POLLUTION: It’s been 8 years and St. Stephen is still polluting the St. Croix River -Time for action has passed.

The St. Croix Estuary Project, an Atlantic Coastal Action Program organization, first identified dangerous levels of pollution in 2004 and each succeeding year tracked the improvements, if any, at a set of established sites from St. Stephen to St. Andrews. … Continue reading