Ingramport: A battle for a bay, and public right



Date: 1 July 2006

I really appreciated the in-depth article on the Ingramport development. Really, really appreciated the footnotes on the Jacques Whitford Corporation. The Environmental Assessment process is truly screwed. The only people completely benefiting are the consulting companies and I guess their proponents. There should be a major campaign to change the process. Do you read the Nasty Game?

Mark Butler Marine Coordinator and Managing Director

Ecology Action Centre
Halifax, NS
ar427@chebucto.ns.ca

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Date: 26 May 2006

Truly the "Spirit Tree"! I'M AWESTRUCK! (Let the record show that's the least I've ever said about anything)! Your article on is the most compelling article I have ever read. As an old fisherman would say "Fynest Kynd"!

I would like to have at least 6 copies.

Save the Bay!

Jim Fryday
Ingramport, NS

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Date: Fri, 26 May 2006

Wow! Brilliantly provocative. This outta make 'em sit up and take note.

Geoff Le Boutillier
Chair, St. Margaret's Bay Stewardship Association
Glen Haven, NS
gleboutillier@lowenbe.ca




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