Liberals say there’s no need to outlaw something that’s not happening.
Energy Minister Donald Arseneault says moratorium won’t be lifted until government’s conditions are met.
E-mail to other government departments mistakenly went to local reporter.
Without energy equalization payments, healthcare, education and social programs would suffer from major funding cuts.
Government offers a 20-point conservation action plan, but most measures won’t kick in until 2016.
More information needed before allowing it to go ahead.
It’s accused of wavering on an election promise to impose a moratorium.
Will be used as a coolant at a Lafarge cement plant in Brookfield.
Nova Scotia Fracking Resource and Action Coalition says there’s shortcomings related to the definition for fracking, community consent and exemptions for research.
Joe Oliver argues that fracking is ongoing in several provinces without any contamination of drinking water.
Energy Minister Andrew Younger said Nova Scotians have made it clear they are “not comfortable” with fracking.
Panel of experts will be tasked with examining industry’s potential impact.
US report finds 29 of 750 chemicals are considered toxic or carcinogenic.
The province’s dreamed-of liquefied natural gas industry poses some big environmental challenges.
Calgary-based Veresen leads the $7 billion liquefied natural gas project.