The Council of Canadians and the Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia (CPONS) are hosting two upcoming events in Shelburne and Lunenburg. See details below.
BP, the company responsible for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, plans to start exploratory drilling in offshore Nova Scotia this spring.
The Council of Canadians and friends are hosting town hall events in Lunenburg and Shelburne to share information about BP’s plans and to mobilize in defense of our coasts and communities.
Antonia Juhasz, author of Black Tide: the Devastating Impact of the Gulf Oil Spill.
Colin Sproul, fifth generation lobster fisherman and spokesperson for Bay of Fundy Inshore Fishermen's Association
Peter Puxley, member of Campaign to Protect Offshore Nova Scotia
Shelburne (facebook event): March 21, 7:00pm. Shelburne Regional High School, 415 Woodlawn Drive
Lunenburg (facebook event): March 22, 7:00pm. Lunenburg FIre Hall, 25 Medway Street
For more information:
Want more details and background material for the tour? Go to https://canadians.org/cpons.
ECELAW is seeking a motivated individual with a passion for the environment and environmental justice to join our Board of Directors in the role of Treasurer. Full description below.
About the East Coast Environmental Law Association (ECELAW):
ECELAW is an environmental law charity. From our office in Halifax, we work throughout Atlantic Canada seeking a clean, healthy environment through public legal education, collaboration and legal action.
ECELAW provides information, education and research around environmental law to Atlantic Canadians by:
The Board of Directors meets roughly 6 times per year, on a bi-monthly schedule. Board meetings run approximately 1.5 hours. The Executive meets every 4 weeks, in person or by phone, for 1 hour.
Treasurer Position Description:
Anticipated Treasurer Time Commitments: