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Dal Prof questions integrity of BMBCL Protected Area if development goes ahead

Karen Beazley, Professor in the School for Resource and Environmental Studies at Dal, has raised concerns about the integrity of Blue Mt Birch Cove Lakes Protected Wilderness Area if the proposed development goes ahead. “Without the city’s contribution of the Regional Park as envisioned and re-affirmed in the 2006 HRM Regional Plan, and with the […]

Mark Parent speaks out about BMBCL

Mark Parent was Minister of Environment when the province designated crown lands in BMBCL a Protected Wilderness Area. In an opinion piece in the CH today (Sat June 25), he lays out the understanding with HRM at the time. He concludes “Well, the province acted 10 years ago. It’s time now for HRM and its […]

Wed June 29, 2016, 7 pm Ondaatje Hall – show support for BMBCL

From EAC: By now you have probably hear that the long-promised, but yet-to-be delivered Blue Mountain Birch Cove Regional Park area is under immediate threat. A terrible report from an independent facilitator is recommending that a massive urban sprawl development be allowed inside the future park – all around the Birch Cove Lakes! Hundreds of […]

No Questions Allowed about Facilitator’s Report on Blue Mt Birch Cove Lakes Regional Park..written input now critical

Over 300 people, young and old, attended the public meeting for the Facilitator’s Report on the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes Regional Park; the room accommodated less than 200. No questions or discussion were allowed

Help save Blue Mt Birch Cove Lakes

Please attend meeting on Monday eve June 20; write a letter by July 4. More from Our HRM Alliance: ‘Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes is a proposed 2,000 hectare park located directly behind the Bayers Lake Shopping Centre and in-between Timberlea and Kingswood subdivision on Hammonds Plains Road and just over the hill from Clayton […]

Monday June 20, Public Meeting on Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes

From Our HRM Alliance: In 2014, a facilitator was hired to negotiate the boundaries of the Blue Mountain Birch Cove Lakes Wilderness Area. Shockingly, the facilitator’s report (just released) proposes the exact site plan the developers asked for in 2007. This negotiation has been a complete failure. You can read the flawed report here. If […]

Blue Mountain proposed boundaries should be rejected

“Environmentalists want Halifax to reject a new report on proposed boundaries for a regional park near the Bayer’s Lake Business Park. “The report is deeply, fatally flawed,” said Raymond Plourde, wilderness coordinator for the Ecology Action Centre.” Read CBC post