The 2020-21 provincial budget tabled Feb. 25 features $11.5 billion in spending with a modest surplus of $55 million
Fisheries minister says the province is talking to people in the industry about temporary contingency plans.
Statement appears to indicate a reversal in the company’s position to wrap up operations.
Shutdown the result of Northern Pulp no longer being allowed to dump effluent near the Pictou Landing First Nation.
Northern Pulp denied permission for proposed facility and pipeline to pump treated effluent into the Northumberland Strait.
Federal Environment Minister said he’s decided not to designate Northern Pulp’s proposed pipeline and effluent treatment plant for a federal impact assessment.
Ecology Action Centre plan outpaces existing plans by the province’s Liberal government.
Would reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 53% by 2030 and move the province to net-zero by 2050.
Still no word on how long it will take to remove the crane, which has caused some structural damage to parts of a construction site.
How communities can become divided as the interests of heavy industry are pitted against the natural environment.
World’s largest supplier of frozen wild blueberries is planning an $8.5 million capital investment to create an improved packaging line.
Report indicates over 600 of the province’s 4,200 bridges are in poor condition, and need to be fixed or replaced.
Economic retaliation over Meng arrest could expand to maple syrup and seafood.
Province aims to expand ties established through the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
Truro, N.S., plant scheduled to close on July 16.