Environmental Issues Election Debate

Elections are a time to discuss opportunities and take leadership. 

On Thursday, May 16th, candidates for Nova Scotia's 2017 provincial election will be debating key environmental issues.

Event Details

May 16, 2017 | 10:00 – 11:30 AM
6350 Coburg Rd., University of King’s College
New Academic Building, Alumni Hall
Together with Sierra Club Canada Atlantic Chapter and Ecology Action Centre, ECELAW is presenting a public environmental issues debate.
The event will be moderated by Dr. William Lahey, President of the University of King’s College and former Deputy Minister of Nova Scotia’s Department of Environment.
Candidates will be asked to debate healthy communities, environmental rights, climate change, sustainable transportation sector, coast and wilderness protection, and to state their position on other environmental priorities. Candidates are invited to table after the event, and to take questions from the public and the media.
Lisa Roberts – Nova Scotia New Democrats, Halifax Needham
Robert Batherson – Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives, Halifax Citadel-Sable Island
Iain Rankin - Nova Scotia Liberals, Timberlea-Prospect 
Jessica Alexander – Green Party of Nova Scotia, Deputy Leader
Atlantica Party – invited, TBC