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Breaking Promises instead of Power Monopolies

In case you missed it, Nova Scotia Power’s second quarter earnings are up by $11.5 million compared to 2015. Of course this news lands just weeks after households found out their… 46 more words

Nova Scotia Politics

Fundy fishermen file court challenge on tidal turbines

The Bay of Fundy Inshore Fisherman’s Association is challenging the provincial government’s decision to allow deployment of two tidal turbines in the Minas Passage near Parrsboro, N.S. 411 more words

Parrsboro News

Fishermen pissed at environment minister's OK to tidal turbines

Nova Scotia’s environment minister has come under fire from fishermen for approving the installation of two tidal turbines in the Minas Passage near Parrsboro.

“The environment minister has shown a shameful lack of judgment by ignoring the concerns of a broad-based list of concerned groups,” says Colin Sproul who speaks for the Bay of Fundy Inshore Fisherman’s Association. 629 more words

Parrsboro News

Tempest in a turbine: another tidal delay at Black Rock

A scientific report from the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) appears to have triggered another delay in the deployment of tidal turbines in the Minas Passage near Parrsboro. 631 more words

Tidal Power

Margaret Miller (1864-1929) and Charles Curtis (1867-1939)

Margaret is the 4th child of Thomas Miller and Catherine Young. She was born either 28 February 1864 (1901 Census) or the 27 February 1863 (death registration). 514 more words