NS supreme court says environment minister "committed palpable and overriding error" around Alton Gas
Project now requires 120 more days of consultation with Sipekne’katik First Nation
By Laura Cutmore
Tags: COVID-19, ALton Gas, Sipekne’katik First Nation, NS, Premier McNeil, Nova Scotia, Environmental Racism
Defending Indigenous sovereignty from Wet’suwet’en Territory to Mi’kma’ki
Actions of solidarity across the country as raids echo what’s happened in the past to Alton Gas protesters.
Tags: Environment, Wet’suwet’en, Alton Gas, Indigenous, Land, Treaty, Reconciliation
NS municipalities call for inquiry on offshore drilling risks
Meetings this week call attention to efforts to stop the practice
Tags: News, Offshore drilling, climate catastrophe, Digby, Mahone Bay, Reality Bites
Undermined in the Town of Westville
How local organizers and international activists made a traditional mining town change its tune.
By Laura Cutmore and Caora McKenna
Tags: Environment, Mining, coal, Coal mining, Nova Scotia Mining, Nova Scotia Gold
Lessons we can learn from Hurricane Dorian
What Hurricane Dorian can teach us about protecting the most vulnerable, and postponing the inevitable.
Tags: City, Dorian, Hurricane Dorian, Ingrid Waldron, There’s Something In The Water, Ellen Page
Weekly COVID deaths, cases and hospitalizations in NS (Sep 29 update)
“There will be some people that die from COVID”
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21
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Dal slides HoCo no-no into warm fuzzy Fiona memo
By Kyle Shaw
How to apply for government money after Hurricane Fiona
By Kaija Jussinoja
What we learned from the final Fiona briefing
Monday brings money from the province for storm relief