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#NOPIPE needs your help now.
Support fishermen's call for a federal environmental assessment.

Fishermen from NS, PEI, NB and Pictou Landing First Nation have requested that the federal government conduct a rigorous environmental assessment of Northern Pulp’s proposed new effluent treatment facility.  This facility would see 70-90 million litres of treated pulp effluent discharged into prime fishing and recreation grounds of the Northumberland Strait every day.

The decision to conduct this environmental assessment is made by the federal Minister of Environment and Climate Change.  In making her decision, she will consider a number of things, including whether this is an issue of broad public concern.

We need your help to demonstrate that broad public concern exists.




To:  Catherine McKenna, Minister of Environment and Climate Change House of Commons

CC: Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Jonathan Wilkinson,  NS Minister of Environment Margaret Miller, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency NS Regional Office, Friends Of The Northumberland Strait

Why we 

are asking 

for a

Federal

Environmental Assessment.

 

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info@friendsofthenorthumberlandstrait.ca

902-485-4314

Nova Scotia, Canada

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