Monthly Archives: October 2011

Road projects stir passion from public

From The Guardian – Oct 25, 2011 by Ryan Ross Opposition is growing to a proposed plan that would see a highway built through Strathgartney Provincial Park. Julie-Lynn Zahavich is one of the people against it and said it’s a … Continue reading

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Facts about Strathgartney Park

To help inform the public about species that are unique to Strathgartney Park, the Natural History Society of PEI released a fact sheet on the park. It is now available in PDF format. Please sign the online petition to show … Continue reading

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Save Strathgartney !

To learn that our Provincial Government is considering de-designating Strathgartney Park which is, protected under the Natural Areas Protection Act, to construct a new raised highway blasted through the middle of this amazing park is shocking. Please get involved with … Continue reading

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Put a stop to this ridiculous idea

As published by The Guardian, September 16, 2011 by Doug Sobey Commentary We are all aware of the criticism the provincial government has been receiving over the attempt to recreate the Bonshaw Hills in Borden – or is it waves? … Continue reading

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Save P.E.I.’s first provincial park

By Wendell M. Profitt, as published in The Guardian September 28, 2011 Guest opinion Editor: I would like to add my support to the recent letters regarding the irresponsible proposal to divert the Trans-Canada Highway through Strathgartney Park. I endorse … Continue reading

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Strathgartney needs protection not pavement

 Editorial Published on October 1, 2011 in The Guardian Transportation officials should stay clear of the park in improving highway in Churchill One wonders about the thought process in our provincial Department of Transportation to even consider blasting a roadway … Continue reading

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Paul Giroux – The Ecological Intergrity of PEI National Park.

The next meeting of the Natural History Society is set for Tuesday Nov. 1, 2011 at 7:30 pm: at the Farm Centre, University Ave. Charlottetown. The guest speaker is Paul Giroux – The Ecological Intergrity of PEI National Park.

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